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Why Spay or Neuter Your Pet?

Dogs and cats are domestic animals and naturally take to people, but unaltered pets are distracted by sexual instincts. Roaming, over-aggressiveness, excessive barking, howling and destructive behavior are often linked to sex drive.

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Dental cleaning

Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition for both adult dogs and cats. Most animals by the age of three have some evidence of dental disease.

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Vaccines are highly important for both dogs and cats as it helps to build there immune system

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Dental Cleaning

Dental Cleaning and Dental Surgery:

Does your pet have bad breath? does your pet shy away from you touching their mouth? have you noticed any bleeding from the mouth or even a change in appetite? These could be signs of dental disease in your pet therefore a dental assesment may be needed. If you think your pet needs dental care please contact us to make an appointment for a dental assessment or dental cleaning.

General Dental Cleaning

Regular dental prophylaxis is more effective, less stressful on your pet, and ultimately less expensive than waiting to treat serious problems. By performing regular dental cleaning’s, we can avoid many more serious dental problems like tooth extractions.

We offer a comprehensive veterinary dental cleaning and evaluation under full anesthesia.  All teeth are fully assessed, ultrasonically scaled, polished and roots radiographed. Potentially diseased teeth observed will need to be extracted. Any questions regarding dental work or plaque/tartar control please contact us for further information or follow the link below on professional veterinary dental cleaning.

Canine Periodontal Disease

This picture shows the extent of dental disease (Periodontal Disease) that several animals suffer from. By the age of three, almost 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of gum disease according to the American Veterinary Dental Society.

Anesthesia free dental procedures are not able to clean beneath the gumline to prevent periodontal disease nor able to look beneath the gum-line to identify problems before they become painful and expensive to treat. All pets requiring dental cleanings should be performed by a licensed Veterinarian under anesthesia.

If you have questions regarding why not to do anesthesia free dentals don’t hesitate to contact us or click the following links:
Why not to choose anesthesia free
Professional dental cleaning