Smelly kisses from your pet can indicate dental problems. Bad breath, redness in the mouth, excessive drooling, difficulty chewing food, etc., are signs that your pet’s dental hygiene needs a checkup. At Dresden Veterinary Clinic, we offer a wide variety of dental services to ensure you and your pet can exchange smooches without worrying about bad breath. Feel free to call us at 519-683-4508 to book your appointment.
What types of canine dental care services are offered at your hospital?
We provide a variety of services such as dental cleaning, dental extractions, and digital dental radiographs. If you have concerns about your pet’s bad breath, discoloured teeth, or excessive drooling, we recommend booking an appointment with one of our veterinarians to have a prophylactic dental exam performed. Once this exam is complete, our team can guide you to make the best decision for your pet.
Are some breeds of cats more susceptible to dental problems than others?
All cats are susceptible to dental disease, but a few breeds are genetically more prone to developing dental disease. These breeds include Ragdolls, Persians, Siamese, and Scottish Folds.
Why is oral and dental health important for dogs?
If proper preventative care is not taken, this could lead to many problems, such as tooth pain, trouble eating, and infections which could lead into the bloodstream and affect your pet’s heart, liver, and kidney functions. If you notice any signs of dental or oral discomfort, please don’t hesitate to bring your pet in for a checkup.