About 80% of pets have some form of dental disease by the age of 3.

That’s a lot of dirty mouths! If your furry pal won’t let you tackle toothbrushing at home, trust in the team at River City Veterinary Hospital and Resort to remove every last speck of plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth. We can also handle retained baby teeth, fractured or chipped teeth, and tooth root abscesses, removing the source of your pet’s pain and infection. With our comprehensive dental cleaning, your pet will have the shiniest smile in the Palatka, Hollister, and San Mateo areas.

About 80% of pets have some form of dental disease by the age of 3.

That’s a lot of dirty mouths! If your furry pal won’t let you tackle toothbrushing at home, trust in the team at River City Veterinary Hospital and Resort to remove every last speck of plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth. We can also handle retained baby teeth, fractured or chipped teeth, and tooth root abscesses, removing the source of your pet’s pain and infection. With our comprehensive dental cleaning, your pet will have the shiniest smile in the Palatka, Hollister, and San Mateo areas.

Signs of Dental Disease

Recognizing the symptoms can save your pet from pain and discomfort.

Dental disease is sneaky and is one of the most common conditions affecting pets. Some of the signs your furry pal has hidden dental disease include:

Bad breath

Red, inflamed gums

Brown or yellow tartar accumulation on the teeth

Bleeding gums

Cracked or broken teeth

Lump under the eye on the muzzle, indicating an abscess

Pawing at the face

Dropping food when eating

Reluctance to eat hard food or chew on toys

You may know how terrible you feel with a toothache, and, while pets are excellent at hiding signs of pain, they may become depressed, lethargic, or grumpy when suffering from dental disease.
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Signs of Dental Disease

Recognizing the symptoms can save your pet from pain and discomfort.

Dental disease is sneaky and is one of the most common conditions affecting pets. Some of the signs your furry pal has hidden dental disease include:

Bad breath

Red, inflamed gums

Brown or yellow tartar accumulation on the teeth

Bleeding gums

Cracked or broken teeth

Lump under the eye on the muzzle, indicating an abscess

Pawing at the face

Dropping food when eating

Reluctance to eat hard food or chew on toys

You may know how terrible you feel with a toothache, and, while pets are excellent at hiding signs of pain, they may become depressed, lethargic, or grumpy when suffering from dental disease.
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Dental Care for Pets

in Palatka

If your pet needs professional dental care, count on the team at River City Veterinary Hospital and Resort. Our tooth-loving team will tackle your furry pal’s tartar and ensure they have the whitest smile in the Palatka, Hollister, and San Mateo areas. Give us a call to schedule your pet’s dental care appointment.

Dental Care for Pets

in Palatka

If your pet needs professional dental care, count on the team at River City Veterinary Hospital and Resort. Our tooth-loving team will tackle your furry pal’s tartar and ensure they have the whitest smile in the Palatka, Hollister, and San Mateo areas. Give us a call to schedule your pet’s dental care appointment.