Serving Lebanon, Cornwall,
Mt. Gretna, and beyond
M, W - 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
T, TH, F - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
SAT - 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
After Hours Emergency:
Did you know that most dogs and cats show signs of dental disease by the time they are 3 years old? Your pet accumulates plaque and calculus five times faster than you do! With some homecare, we can slow this process down. Our goal is the same as yours – a happy dog or cat with as many healthy teeth as possible! Fresh breath and a movie star smile doesn’t hurt, either.
Over time, periodontal disease can significantly shorten your pet’s life and cause him or her discomfort. With periodontal disease, your pet’s bloodstream is showered with bacteria coming from the mouth, potentially causing problems with the heart, kidneys and liver.
Dental surgery with presurgical blood screening, appropriate anesthesia, monitoring, patient support and pain management included
Oral examination, probing and charting
Hand and piezo cleaning
Extraction when indicated and necessary
It’s best to begin getting your pet used to the idea of a toothbrush and toothpaste as soon as possible. Show her the brush, let her mouth it, and give her a taste of the paste a few times a week. You should begin brushing twice a week at about 6 months of age, once all the adult teeth are in. Our staff will demonstrate how. If brushing your pet’s teeth is just impossible, we can show you some alternatives.