Posts Tagged: Pet Health
Dear Pet Parents,
In response to Maryland’s Stay-At-Home Order, and in the very real interest of keeping everyone safe, we are changing our hospital hours. Beginning Monday April 6, we will be open the following days and times until further notice:
Monday and Friday: 8am – 2pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8am – 7pm
Wednesday and Saturday: CLOSED
If you have an upcoming appointment during a time that we will be closed, and we haven’t contacted you already, please call us to reschedule.Continue…
It’s easy to forget about your pet’s teeth and gums until an unfortunate odor starts emanating from their mouth. Of course, doggie or kitty breath is nothing new, but by the time this tell-tale funk is obvious, damage to the teeth and gums has already begun. In other words, pet dental disease isn’t one of those conditions where you should just “wait and see” if something develops. The following common signs of poor dental health are all a call to action.
Before We Get Started…
Oral bacteria combined with food particles create a film on the teeth called plaque. When it hardens, tarter will form. Plaque is fairly easy to brush off, but tartar removal is more serious. When plaque is ignored, tartar creeps between the gums and teeth where bacteria can flourish, causing bad breath.