Dental health is an often overlooked aspect of the day-to-day care you should provide for your pet. It is not normal for your pet to have bad breath, as this is a sign of dental disease. Along with daily preventative at-home dental care, it is important for your pet to receive regular dental cleanings.
Signs of dental disease in your pet include, but are not limited to:
Blood in saliva
A lot of drooling
Tartar or calculus build-up on teeth
Blood on chew toys
Lumps or bumps in the mouth
At the Woodstock veterinary clinic, we can provide a full mouth dental assessment and a comprehensive plan for your pet's oral health. This may include, radiographs, extractions, scaling, and polishing.