Veterinarian Service


Our doctors and technicians have been given advanced training to allow us to offer the best options for maintaining or restoring your pet’s dental health.


Oral Care is an important part of overall good health.
In fact, studies have shown that a pet’s life-span can be extended with proper dental care.

Some signs of Dental Disease

  • Loose discolored teeth
  • Acts hungry but doesn’t want to eat
  • Drops food
  • Shies away from being touched around mouth
  • Refuses to play with toys
  • Halitosis or bad breath
  • Rubbing at face
  • Excess drooling
  • Blood from mouth
  • Chronic sneezing and nasal discharge
  • Facial swelling
  • Swollen, Red gums
  • Listlessness
Our Veterinary Team

Dental Services

We routinely perform dental radiography to determine the extent of disease, including bone loss, periodontal abscesses, and tumors. Our goal of course is to preserve teeth but when that is not possible we perform surgical extraction of the diseased teeth and repair the area in a way to allow the quickest return to normal eating. We fully believe in pain management and perform nerve blocks before extracting teeth and utilize pain medicines for a few days at home. Your pet’s comfort is our first concern. To save teeth, we are also trained in root canal therapy.