Sun Valley Animal Center provides comprehensive animal dental care for dogs and cats.
By age 3, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will show signs of dental disease. Bad breath, discolored teeth and swollen or bleeding gums are indications that your pet’s teeth need to be examined.
If left untreated, dental problems cause pets unnecessary pain, inappetence, and weight loss, and can even lead to lung, kidney, liver, and heart problems as bacteria builds up and enters the bloodstream.
The American Veterinary Medical Association recommends an annual dental examination for all pets. To make an appointment for a dental screening, please call Sun Valley Animal Center at 726-7777 Monday through Friday.
Veterinary Dentistry Services
Good dental hygiene is important to maintaining your pet’s health. Bad teeth not only cause bad breath, they can lead to periodontal disease. Peridontal disease can be a threat to your pet if bacteria builds up and enters the bloodstream, leading to lung, kidney, liver, or heart problems. Sun Valley Animal Center provides full-service veterinary dentistry, including dental radiographs, ultrasonic scaling, polishing, extractions, and root canals.