Call us for cleaning, toys, treats, and diet recommendations!
From bad breath to tarter and plaque build up, your pet's teeth are just as important as your own. All Pets Animal Hospital offers 30 years of dental care experience! We've been helping since 1984!
Start your pet on the right path toward dental care. At as young as 8 weeks old, introduce your puppy or kitten to a toothbrush or toothpaste. Ask about our variety of dental tools to prevent tarter and plaque.
Your pet can start building tarter by just 2 or 3 years. Slow down the process with raw hide chews, Greenie chews, and Breathalyzer solution in its water. Ask about our chew toys for cats and dogs of all ages!
Brush your pet's teeth
Apply oral rinses and gel
Choose dental treats
Feed your pet a dental diet
Play with chew toys
Our chew toys can help make sure your pet's gum line is stimulated and can remove soft plaque. Don't let it make it to the point of becoming tarter. Ask about our Hill's Prescription diet food to slow the tarter accumulation.
If your pet has advanced tarter, ask about our dental cleaning. Make an appointment with our veterinarian. We'll help recommend the proper dental health approaches to take.