Pet Dentistry in Vero Beach, Florida
Longevity of Pets
If your pet has bad breath, it could be a sign of more than just a bad meal. It could also be a sign that your pet needs dental care. Animals are prone to the same oral diseases that humans are and need to be given similar care. Taking care of your pet’s teeth and mouth could ultimately increase its longevity and overall health. As an owner, you can make a big difference in your pet’s quality of life with daily dental care. At Pet Medical Center of Vero Beach, our mission is to help prevent any disease and help your pets feel their best.
Let Us Help
You spend a lot of time and energy keeping your pet well fed and well groomed. Taking dental needs into consideration may just seem like another thing to add to your already growing to-do list. We can take care of it for you. Finding a team you trust to treat the oral health of your pet is essential. Our team of highly trained professionals has more than 30 years of experience treating pets with various oral conditions. No matter what your pet may be experiencing, we are here to help.
Clinical Signs of Dental Disease
There’s a difference between smelly breath and excessively bad breath. We know it can be confusing trying to determine when to call us. If your pet is pawing at its mouth or salivating excessively, this may be a sign of a painful oral disease. Other warning signs include loose teeth, bleeding from the mouth, and withdrawal when touched in the mouth area. Our team specializes in treating the oral care of your pet so life is more comfortable for them. Contact us today.