Pet Dental Corner

  • Feline Resorptive Lesions

    The most common dental disorder diagnosed in cats is tooth resorption, also known as a dental neck lesion. A resorptive lesion can be genetic, or it can occur when an…

  • Dental Care for Puppies and Dogs

    Puppies If possible, get your puppy accustomed to having his/her teeth cleaned on a regular basis a home. Gently rub their teeth with a soft cloth or a child’s soft…

  • Dental Care for Kittens and Cats

    Kittens By four weeks of age, kittens have their incisors, the 12 small teeth in the front of the mouth. At six weeks, all 26 deciduous teeth are in. Kitten…

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    Dental Products

    We offer several types of dental products that allow you to be proactive and protect your pet’s teeth! Our variety of products range from dental treats and toys to the standard toothbrush and toothpaste!…

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    Do my pet’s teeth need to be brushed?

    Dental hygiene in pets is very similar to human dental hygiene. It takes only 36 hours for tartar to turn into calculus. Brushing should be done daily for pets and started at…