Why Should I check My Pet’s Teeth?
Tartar build up can cause bad breath and gum recession and if untreated can lead to painful tooth root abscesses and the loss of teeth.
Bacteria from infected gums can also be released into the blood stream and have serious effects on an animals internal organs and make them unwell.
Good teeth hygiene and regular dental checks can help to prevent this.
How do I know If My Pet Has Bad Teeth or Gums?
- Bad breath (halitosis)
- Excessive dribbling
- Pawing at mouth,
- Difficulty eating
- Reluctance to eat
- Pain on eating
- Discoloured teeth
What Pet Dental Services Do You Offer?
We offer the following pet dental treatments;
- Full examination of the mouth and removal of tartar and scale and polish
- Removal of loose or infected teeth, examination of tongue and oral cavity
- Free dental check with a nurse a week later to check the mouth and includes free dental pack with toothbrush and sample of tooth paste.
September is Dental Month!
We also run a Dental Month every September where you can bring your pet in for a free dental check with a nurse to see if they need a dental.
You then receive a discounted dental treatment if required.
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