Dentistry

Did you know that by the time they are four years old 60% of pets will be suffering from gum disease?

Just like us, dogs and cats develop gum disease from the build-up of bacteria and plaque on their gums. Gum disease isn’t just cosmetically unattractive – it causes heart valve, kidney and liver disease.

Pop in and pick up a free sample of toothpaste or special dental food. We offer free appointments for dental checks where we can advise you on treatment and preventative dental care.

If dental treatment is required we will discuss the options with you and give a cost estimate. It is really important that proper dental scaling and polishing is performed under anaesthesia as it is painful. After treatment we offer free dental check-ups every six months.

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