Dental Health

Fido’s breath not smelling so sweet? Our nurses and vets can advise you regarding the many different ways to keep your pet’s mouth healthy and pain free such as tooth brushing, food supplements, chews or a specific diet to help clean his teeth as he chews. Sometimes we recommend that your pet comes into the hospital for dental treatment if we see something untoward during a consultation, or you may have noticed that your pet has bad breath, is off their food or is having difficulty chewing or swallowing. We have extensive dental facilities for descaling and polishing (similar to a dental hygienist), routine or technically challenging extractions of teeth where needed and dental radiography.

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