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Dog Teeth Cleaning @ Partner Location
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Good Oral Hygiene
- We want you to be as comfortable as possible during your dog’s dental hygiene appointment, so we will answer any questions you might have before and afterward. Your dog will also go home with a toothbrush so they can continue practicing good dog dental hygiene.
- We encourage the use of coconut oil for brushing , and chewing on bully sticks and raw bones in between cleans.
Frequently asked questions
Brushing and chewing is important for your pets gum health, raw bones and bully sticks can help to maintain gum health. Regular cleanings are to prevent heavy amounts of tartar from collected in areas that are neglected by chewing and brushing.
Dental disease is more than just a cosmetic issue: when your dog has red gums, yellow teeth, and stinky breath, it could be a sign of severe oral disease that left untreated could lead to devastating effects on your pet’s quality of life.
Our cleanings are a preventative service and aim to keep pets from developing dental issues.
Neglecting your pet’s teeth and gums can cause chronic pain issues. Gum disease in your pet can cause bacteria to spread and infect vital organs, such as the heart, kidneys, and liver.
The following are the primary signs that signify it is time to have your dog’s teeth cleaned:
● Bad Breath: Having your dog’s teeth cleaned on a regular basis will eliminate the bacteria and germs that result in bad breath.
● Inflamed Gums (gingivitis): Some signs that your dog has gingivitis are if their gums bleed when chewing on sticks or toys.
● There is plaque and tartar on the surface of the enamel that is visible.