Proper care for the teeth and gums has been proven to extend pets’ lives. QueenstownVeterinary Hospital will evaluate your pet's teeth at every visit and will recommend regular cleanings as part of the dental care necessary to preserve your pet’s health.
Much of dental disease is located below the gum line, where a visual examination cannot detect abnormalities. Sometimes the best thing for your pet is a dental cleaning under anesthesia where every tooth can be evaluated and the best treatment plan can be started.
Many pets require a cleaning once a year, but our recommendations are made on an individual pet basis. We always discuss with you which procedures will benefit your pet and the reasons why. You will be given all the information you need and a complete treatment plan before we begin.
Along with regular dental cleanings performed by the doctors at Queenstown Veterinary Hospital, we recommend brushing your pet’s teeth at home. If necessary, we also can advise you on special foods and treats to give your pet. Although they are not a replacement for professional cleanings, they can be a beneficial part of your pet’s regular dental care.
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Sunday September 30th, 9:30 am - 11 am - Kent Island Volunteer Fire Dept
Join us for this free community event as Dr. Matt Brunke of Veterinary Orthopedic Sports Medicine Group discusses running with your dog. Determine if your pet is suited to running and learn how to do it safely. Already run with your dog or just thinking about it? Bring your questions for Dr. Brunke! Light refreshments will be served.