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Pet Dental Care At Our Sullivan County Animal Hospital
Excellence In Pet Dental Care At Our Sullivan County Animal Hospital
Our Ferndale veterinary clinic has been around since 1953, and we're the only AAHA accredited animal hospital in Sullivan County, proudly serving pet owners and their pets from Ferndale, Liberty, Loch Sheldrake, Swan Lake, Youngsville, Jeffersonville, Parksville, Callicoon, Roscoe, Livingston Manor, Rock Hill and Wartsborough. We've seen first-hand just how important pet dental care really is for your animal's overall health, well-being, and longevity. That's why we're proud to offer comprehensive pet dentistry in addition to a variety of other pet care services, including pet preventative care and pet surgery.
Pet Dental Care Services From Our Sullivan County Veterinarian: What We Offer
If your cat or dog exhibits any of the following signs or symptoms, you should speak with a Sullivan County veterinarian on our team right away:
- Missing, broken, loose, discolored teeth
- Foul breath
- Difficulty chewing or swallowing food (your dog or cat may frequently drop food or only chew on one side of its mouth)
- Increased drooling
- Decreased appetite
- Bleeding or swelling in the mouth or on the gums
Fortunately, our staff offers a variety of pet dental services to resolve any issues and meet your animal's oral health needs, including comprehensive examination of teeth, gums, and jaw, pet teeth cleaning, and tooth extractions, to remove infected and/or fractured teeth.
But Is It Really That Important? Why Pet Dental Health Truly Matters
Believe it or not, good pet dental health can actually increase your pet's lifespan! But this isn't the only reason why pet dentistry is such an important part of your regular pet care routine. Ensuring that your pet's teeth and gums remain clean will improve its quality of life and help reduce its risk of developing other diseases (since bacteria in your pet's mouth can enter the bloodstream and lead to infection).
It's important to remember that even if your animal isn't showing any signs or symptoms of a dental health problem, you still should be taking your cat or dog in regularly to have a comprehensive pet teeth cleaning and exam. This is the best way to ensure that your pet's teeth and gums remain clean and healthy. In many cases, signs of a teeth or gum disease don't appear until long after the problem has progressed, so routine pet teeth cleanings can actually save you a lot of money in the long-run.
Is It Time To Schedule A Pet Teeth Cleaning For Your Cat Or Dog? Call Our Animal Hospital in Sullivan County Today!
Our Sullivan County Veterinary team cares deeply about our patients, and we do what it takes to provide quality, comprehensive veterinary pet care services that focuses on both disease treatment and disease prevention. Good pet dental health is a huge part of that. If you'd like to schedule a pet teeth cleaning for your cat or dog, call our veterinarian in Sullivan County today at 845-292-6711.