Category Archives: Canine Dentistry

Three Simple Steps to Dental Care

Pet owners can brush up on their four-legged friends’ oral care by following three simple guidelines outlined by the American Veterinary Dental Society: Take your pet to get a dental exam. Your pet should have a routine veterinarian examination, including … Continue reading

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Are Wellness Exams Worth While?

In cats diagnosed with early kidney disease, before symptoms occur, proper treatments can extend life 2-3 years. Dogs treated for early teeth infections (periodontal disease) have a 23% less chance of kidney failure thus extending life expectancy. These are just … Continue reading

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February is Dental Health Month at Bay Road

We are offering $50 off dental cleanings for dogs and cats throughout the entire month. Dental health experts estimate that around 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will show signs of dental disease by the age of 3 without … Continue reading

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How To Brush A Dog’s Teeth

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The Importance of Pet Dentistry

At least 80 % of our dog and cat patients have dental disease.  It may be as mild as tartar build-up or as severe as bone loss from periodontal disease.  Maintenance of your pet’s mouth is important for overall health.  … Continue reading

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