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***NOTICE***

Our hours of operation will change for 2 days ONLY in December.

Tues. Dec. 4th we will be open 8am-12pm

Wed. Dec. 5th we will be open 8am-4pm

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will return to normal hours the following week.

Hours:

Monday: 8 am - 5 pm

Tuesday: 8 am - 4 pm

Wednesday: 8 am - 12 pm

Thursday: 8 am - 4 pm

Friday: 8 am - 5 pm

Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm

Sunday: Closed

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Gum disease

Hard dental tartar

Signs of trouble

Gum disease in pets is caused the same as it is with people: by an infection from a soft dental plaque buildup which irritates the gum tissue and leads to infection.

Hard dental tartar is when calcium salts from saliva are embedded in plaque. Tartar forms after a few days and aids in further plaque. Tartar is hard to remove without dental care.

The first sign of trouble you may notice is a bad breath, but gum irritation will also occur, as well as root problems. Dogs may drop food while eating or even lose teeth.

Bacteremia problems

Prevention is a key

Daily oral health

Bacteria surrounding the roots can spread and cause increased damage to the kidneys, heart muscles, and livers of otherwise healthy dogs. This can be prevented with cleanings.

As with humans, the key to managing gum disease is prevention. Cleaning the surface of the teeth frequently is how your gums can stay healthy in the long term.

Some daily oral health activities always include regular chewing for dogs. However, daily brushing is the best method of regular oral care, especially at home.

Dental cleaning photos

Before Dental Cleaning

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After Dental Cleaning

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canine and feline dental charts

Dental Cleaning Diagram

***Dental cleaning can prevent tooth loss as well as heart, kidney, and liver diseases, which start with infected gums. Chewing treats without regular dental care aren't effective - bring your pet in for service featuring modern ultrasonic and high speed equipment, as well as dental extractions, intraoral radiographs, and dental x-rays.