Last patients

Once an oral health problem is advanced, you may see certain symptoms, including:

Red or bleeding gums.

Blood on a chew toy.

Vocalizing when they yawn or eat.

Loose teeth.

Bad breath.

Lumps or bumps in the mouth.

Ropey or bloody saliva.

Head shyness (your pet not wanting you to touch their head)

Here are some of our patients:#havanese #pomeranian #yorkshire #poodle #chihuahua #weinmaraner #shitzuteeth

Dog cavities

Dental caries is a condition in which the dental hard tissues decay as the result of oral bacteria on the tooth surface. While dental caries is not common in the domestic pet, it does occur and should be watched for. A 1988 study, reported in the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry, found that 5.3 percent of dogs one year of age or older had one or more caries lesions. Keep an eye on your dog’s mouth.

Here are some of our latest patients:


Anesthesia in bulldogs and French bulldogs is riskier than other dog breeds because in bulldogs the upper muscle of respiration becomes relaxed and inactive during general anesthesia. This inactivity is not a problem for most dogs since they have the ability to maintain respiration passively, however, this isn’t the case for your English Bulldog or French Bulldog.

Here is Lukum, 5 years old french bulldog who got his first non anesthetic dental cleaning with us 🙂