Regular dental care is just as important for your dog as it is for you. Many people think because they feed their dog
Kibble simply isn’t hard enough to clean your dog’s teeth, and particles that get lodged in between your pet’s teeth will feed the bacteria leading to plaque build up, and eventually tartar. If you’ve ever noticed your dog has smelly breath, this is often a sign that the dog needs dental care right away. That smell is from tartar build up, and it needs to be removed by a professional.
When brushing your dog’s teeth, start on the back molars and work all the way to the front. Many people brush the front teeth, but fail to get the back molars where most of the food debris gets caught.
If you have trouble brushing your dog’s teeth, or would just rather not, you can have one of our groomers brush them for you. It’s a walk-in service, no appointment necessary. Toothbrushing is just $6, and we can do it while you wait.