Hometown Animal Hospital

17100 Royal Palm Blvd - Weston, Florida 33326
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Dental Care for your Dog and Cat's Health

Preventative Dental Care for Dogs and Cats

Hometown Animal Hospital Veterinarian
Hometown Animal Hospital

Dental Care is Important to Your Pet's Health!

Dental care is very important, for all ages of dogs and cats. Dr. Jan Bellows is one of 115 board certified veterinary dentists in the country. He has appeared on Good Morning America, worked on lions and gorillas at Disney and lectured across the country as well as Europe. He has also authored three dental textbooks for veterinarians to learn from. At Hometown Animal Hospital, we are pleased to offer the dental care at ALL PETS DENTAL, which is part of our hospital. Both doctors McMorran and Klarsfeld are in the veterinary dental residency program and guided by the American Veterinary Dental College.

You can help to keep your dog and cat dentally healthy with twice-daily home plaque prevention. At home, daily brushing or wiping of your pet's teeth will reduce or eliminate plaque buildup. Our staff will discuss with you the proper ways to brush your pet's teeth at home and recommend dental products you can purchase to keep your dog or cat's teeth healthy.

Signs of oral and dental diseases in dogs and cats:

It is important to have your dog or cat checked regularly for dental disease. Once signs have occurred its too late to prevent disease. If your pet is exhibiting any of these signs, please give us a call and schedule an examination:

  • Bad breath
  • Loose teeth or teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar
  • Shying away from you when you touch the mouth area
  • Drooling or dropping food from the mouth.
  • Bleeding from the mouth
  • Loss of appetite

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