If you are noticing your pet has bad breath, It could be a sign of an unhealthy mouth. As dental disease worsens, it can lead to other major health issues. Although treats, chews, and bones can help control tartar, this is sometimes not enough to keep dental disease from occuring. We offer brief visual oral examinations to give you an idea of where your pets’ oral health stands. We may recommend a dental cleaning procedure, requiring sedation, in order to fully assess Your pet’s oral well-being.
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