Your pet may face a range of dental problems over their lifetime, not just in their old age. Certain problems do become more common when they are older, but they can be treated.
Older Dogs Dental Problems
A build-up of tarter or inflamed receding gums can lead to the misery of chronic dental pain. The good news? An older pet may gain a new lease of life after treatment.
It’s amazing how often owners will report increased appetite and a happier livelier demeanor, when the dental problems are solved.
Dental Disease in Dogs
Studies indicate that at least 66% of dogs & cats over 2 years of age have signs of dental disease, and we are seeing this more frequently in practice. It affects your pet’s quality of life.
So, our aim is to help you manage this. Together we can ensure your pet leads a life free of dental discomfort & pain.