Animal Dentistry

Does your pet have smelly breath?

Looking after your pet's teeth is just as important as looking after your own.

In the UK 87% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of three are affected by tooth and gum disease. Make sure your cat or dog is cared for correctly with regular check ups.

If your pet is experiencing pain, bad breath, tartar build up or redness and bleeding, they may have dental disease. If you spot any of these symptoms be sure to get in touch with us.

Home dental care

Some animal dentistry tips for you:

  • Be patient: take time with the process, or your pet may resist.
  • Praise always: it's a new experience for you and your pet. Praising will make them more receptive
  • Reward: always reward your pet with treats at the end.
  • Stop: if there is any sign of aggression, stop immediately.
  • Human toothpaste: is for humans not pets. It can cause pain for your pet.

If you are unsure or need advice for your pet's dental care, call us today in South Birmingham, near King's Heath.
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In need of high quality animal dentistry for your pets?

Periodontal disease develops from a build-up of plaque and tartar on your pet's teeth and gums. To ensure your pet's teeth are clean and their gums are pain free, talk to an expert today.

Call us, near King's Heath and Solihull, 
on 0121 744 1857
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