Pet Dentistry

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Contrary to popular belief, bad breath isn’t something that pet owners must simply learn to live with.

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Is your pet’s breath making it difficult to get close?

If so, there’s a good chance your pet needs to visit the dentist.

Without proper care, your companion’s mouth can harbor dangerous bacteria, which can spread through the bloodstream and cause a number of other health problems. Left untreated, dental disease can even shorten your loved one’s life.

The good news is that, with the right support, this can be prevented.

The professional dentistry services at Animal Care Hospital include both routine and preventative care, as well as advanced treatment for existing oral conditions.

Some of the signs of dental disease in dogs and cats include, but are not limited to:

  • Bad breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Dropping food
  • Sudden disinterest in chew toys
  • Loss of appetite
  • Swollen or painful face
  • Pawing at the mouth
  • Yellow, broken, loose, or missing teeth
  • Gums that are red, swollen or bleeding
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If your pet is exhibiting any of these signs, it’s time to schedule a checkup. We’ll identify the problem and address it quickly, improving the prognosis for your pet. We’ll also show you how you can help keep your best friend’s teeth and gums healthy and disease-free year-round.

You deserve to enjoy lots of close snuggles with your furry friend. The comprehensive dental services at Animal Care Hospital can help get you there!