in Pickering and Area
Just like their human friends, animals benefit from good oral hygiene. It not only keeps their breath from smelling poorly, but it also allows helps prevent against periodontal disease, which can cause mouth pain and contribute to kidney, liver, and heart problems.
Our veterinarian team can check your pet’s teeth and gums for any sign of disease. Our team can also show you how to care for your pet’s teeth and gums at home.
If you notice that your pet has
broken or loose teeth
extra teeth or retained baby teeth
teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar
please call to book a dental check for them.
Similarly, if you notice that your pet has
abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth
reduced appetite or refusal to eat
bleeding from the mouth
swelling in the areas surrounding the mouth
Please make a dental appointment for them.
If your pet has bad breath, seems to have pain in or around the mouth, or has suddenly become irritable, again, call us for an appointment, and our veterinary team will look for the cause and treat the problem.