Dental care for pets in Poole
Just like humans, pets suffer with plaque and tartar build up too. Bad breath isn’t normal in pets, however, it is common and can be a sign of poor dental health.
Left untreated, even mild pet oral health concerns can turn into much more serious and painful dental disease, which can lead to secondary infections affecting other areas of your pet’s body.
Did you know that a shocking 80% of pets over the age of three have dental disease that needs taking care of right now?
Taking care of your pet’s teeth & gums
To maintain healthy teeth and gums, we recommend a combination of home dental care, regular check-ups and occasional professional intervention i.e. a good scale and polish. We can help you with all of these things.
Pet dental expertise & facilities
We are committed to the preservation of pet oral health through the education of our staff with a programme of continuous professional development, and our clients using tools like our free Pet Healthcare email newsletters.
We have invested heavily in the latest dental equipment and offer a full range of routine and more intensive dental procedures.
Preventative healthcare for your pet