Dental disease in dogs and cats is a common and potentially serious problem, affecting at least 70% of adult dogs and cats.
Does your pet suffer from any of these symptoms:-
- Bad Breath
- Pawing at face/mouth
- Yellowing or brown teeth
- Change in eating habits
- Bleeding gums
- Receding gums
- Tooth Loss
If so, your pet may be suffering from periodontal disease. We can also advise you on ways to prevent tartar and calculi build up, to prevent further complications later on in life.
We recommend contacting the clinic and making an appointment to see our vet to discuss your pet’s dental health.
With the arrival of our brand new dental machine, the iM3 Elite, we are fully equipped for routine and complex dental procedures for your pet. We can also advise you on ways to prevent tartar and calculi build up, to prevent further complications later on in life.
We stock a variety of prescription dental diets, pet tooth brushes, tooth pastes, breath fresheners and dental treats.