If your pet’s breath makes you wrinkle your nose, that’s a telltale sign that they need to have their teeth examined--and possibly cleaned, too. Kenosha Animal Hospital provides a range of cat and dog teeth cleaning services to help pets achieve and maintain better oral hygiene for life. Many companion animals start experiencing the discomforts of dental disease by age 3, and the effects can be severe and long-lasting. From swollen, painful gums to tooth decay, tooth loss, and systemic disease, a lot can happen if your pet is not receiving the proper dental care. Luckily, these problems are easy to prevent, and our team can help.
A healthy mouth lets your pet live the happy, healthy life they deserve.
Dental Disease Prevention
Starts at Home
Does your pet have a home teeth cleaning routine? If not, consider starting right away. Daily teeth brushing is one of the best methods for removing food debris and soft plaque from along the gum line, and preventing continuous buildup in the mouth. Allowing plaque to accumulate, harden, and potentially release bacteria into the mouth and under the gums can lead to painful infection and a lower quality of life for your pet.
If you need help brushing your pet’s teeth or would like to learn about our other cat and dog teeth cleaning options for home use, call us today at (262) 658-3533!