Dental Health

Did you know that many pets over the age of 3 are very likely to have some degree of dental disease?

Periodontal disease may not be visible to you, but can be painful for your pet. For instance, some dogs and cats will chew only on one side of their mouth because of gum or tooth discomfort. If left untreated, the disease and pain will only progress. Advanced periodontal disease has been linked to other health problems like kidney, liver and heart disease.

We recommend annual Dental Health Exams, if you’re dog or cat hasn’t been examined in the last 12 months click below to easily schedule a check up. Simply click the location you prefer and schedule an appointment that is convenient with your schedule. We even offer drop-off appointments; drop your pet off before work and pick up on your way home!