Concerned about your pet’s oral health?
Why don’t you come along for one of our vets or nurses to check your pet’s mouth for any problems?
Evidentially 80% of our patients would benefit from dental treatment! The affected pet doesn’t necessarily stop eating or seem to be in pain; often they are just a bit quieter or less active. Usually their breath is antisocial but it is often perceived to be “normal for a dog or cat”. However, halitosis always suggests dental disease.
Please don’t hesitate to contact the surgery if you would like us to check your pet’s mouth or if you just want some advice.