- inflamed gums
- bleeding gums
- yellow-brown tartar build up
- bad breath
- pawing at the face or mouth
- changes in eating habits
- excessive drooling or reluctant to swallow
- pain or aversion to touch their mouth or teeth
- weight loss
- it may also affect heart and kidney health.
If needed we can clean, scale and polish your pet’s teeth. This is the same treatment that you would get when visiting your dentist for a ‘check-up’. But unlike us, our pets are reluctant to lay on their backs with their mouths open – so we need to anæsthetise them to do a comprehensive clean and ensure that all is well. We have fully equipped dental machines and dental digital X-ray to help with any dental procedure.