An estimated 85% of dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease. Pets can experience everything from pain to bad breath. Chronic infections of the teeth and gums can cause problems elsewhere in the body including the liver, kidneys, heart and lungs. Good dental care lengthens a pet’s life an average of 10-20% through the prevention of these secondary problems.

Animals may have signs of oral/dental disease such as halitosis (bad breath), drooling, pawing at the face or mouth, swelling of the face, gum recession, gum swelling, loose teeth, listlessness, dropping food and reluctance to eat even though they are hungry.

We offer comprehensive dental care to help prevent these problems before they start.

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