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Quality Pet Dental Care in Winnipeg

Is your pet suffering from a mild toothache? Do not neglect it. Healthy teeth and gums are prerogatives to your pet’s overall health. Without on-time checkups, your pet’s entire mouth can become unhealthy and lead to larger health concerns in the future. Bring your pet for a dental check-up at Rivers Animal Hospital and we will assess the issue. You can trust us with providing your pet with the necessary dental care at our Winnipeg location. Call us for emergencies or to schedule an appointment.


Why Is Dental Check-up Necessary for Your Pet

Oral diseases can be as serious for animals as it is for humans. It is also one of the most common health problems that can affect your pet. Plaque that forms on your pet’s teeth, if left untreated, can spread through the bloodstream and lead to heart, liver and kidney diseases. Thereby, it is necessary to take your pets for regular dental exams and teeth cleanings. From dental cleaning to complex surgeries including extractions, we offer safe dental treatments to help maintain your pet’s oral health. Contact us to discuss your concerns or in case of any queries. We will be happy to help.


Importance of Pet Oral Health

Bacteria, plaque, and tartar build-up on the teeth can cause dental issues among pets. Bacteria present in plaque and tartar can be absorbed into the bloodstream and can cause serious health issues. Taking care of pets' oral hygiene is essential to ensure they are healthy. Some of the benefits of dental care include:


Prevent tooth loss: Damaged, infected, loosen teeth fall out. Good dental care will ensure that your dog's teeth are healthy.


Prevent bad breath: Regular dental care ensures that your dog does not suffer from bad breath.


Avoid pain: Dental diseases can be excruciating. By keeping your dog's teeth and gums healthy, you can prevent and avoid pain and infection. 


Healthy pets: Bacteria in the plaque can enter the bloodstream and lead to several diseases in pets. A consistent dental routine can help you avoid infections. 


Signs That Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning or Treatment

You can look for the following signs to know if your pet needs dental treatment:

·       Broken teeth

·       Loose teeth

·       Bad breath

·       Painful and bleeding mouth

·       Inability to eat and drink

·       Drooling


Contact Us

At Rivers Animals Hospital, we offer quality and reliable dental treatments for pets. Our compassionate and friendly staff will provide reliable dental care services. Get in touch with us now to book your appointment.

How Often Should You Brush Your Dog’s Teeth?

Ask us and we will be happy to answer all questions about pet dental care.

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