– Bad breath.
– Loose teeth or teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar.
– Your pet shies away from you when you touch the mouth area.
– Drooling or dropping food from the mouth.
– Bleeding from the mouth.
– Loss of appetite or loss of weight (this combination can result from diseases of many organs, and early veterinary examination is important).

Have you noticed any of these signs of your pet? If so we recommend a full dental evaluation of your pet. Once we examine your pet we can set up a preventive dental plan for your pet, whether that includes a full cleaning or training for at home care, we will tailor the program specifically to you and your pet’s needs!

For more information on dental cleanings, and current veterinary recommendations please check out the links below!

American Veterinary Dental Society

Dental Information for Owners

Anesthesia Free Dental Information

Please contact our office if you suspect that you pet is having dental problems.