Keeping your pet’s teeth in good shape has many more benefits than just fresh breath Regular cleanings and a few minutes of brushing each week can help give your pet a longer, healthier life.
Bad breath in pets is just one sign of dental disease that can lead to other health problems. Like people, your pet needs routine dental care too. Most dogs and cats develop a dental disease by three (3) years of age and the faster the disease is treated, the easier it is to manage.
Warning signs to look for in your pet
- Bad breath
- Sensitivity around the mouth
- Loss of appetite
- Yellow or brown deposits on teeth
- Bleeding, inflamed or receding gums
- Loose or missing teeth
- Pawing at mouth or face
- Difficulty chewing
Ways to keep you pet’s teeth healthy
- Bring your pet in for regular check-ups
- Brush your pet’s teeth at least a few times a week – We’ll show you how
- Choose a pet food formulated to reduce plaque and tarter – ask us for recommendations
- Use plaque reducing treats and toys
Talk with us about your pet’s dental health. We can prevent and manage your pet’s oral problems before they become serious!