What do we do?

Pet Dental Care


Causes of Cavities in Pets

Pet Food

Not Brushing

Incorrect or deficient cleaning routine: Carrying a correct daily oral hygiene with a brush and toothpaste is suitable for pets and will greatly favor their oral health. Yes, this isn’t enough to preserve your pet’s oral health, it is absolutely necessary to carry out periodic check-ups and professional cleaning at least twice a year.

Inadequate diet: Food plays an important role in the prevention of cavities in pets, foods rich in carbohydrates will harm their teeth’s condition.

Aging and genetics: Advanced age and genetic factors may also favor the appearance of cavities in your pet’s mouth.

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Tartar Buildup in Pets



What happens if I don’t brush my pet’s teeth?

Not performing dental cleaning causes bacteria to accumulate and eventually plaque is formed this generates various types of infections, that lead to severe gingivitis which cause serious health problems for your pet.

If you don’t have a good oral cleaning, your pet will accumulate bacterial plaque and tartar, which will cause halitosis and other problems.

How do we do it:


We examine your pet and validate the real state of the teeth, and generate rapprochement and trust with the pet, in order to have control of the treatment that follows.


We begin the dental procedure in our mobile veterinary unit. Your pet will sit on our lap while we clean their teeth with a dental scaler used by our human dentists.


We then polish with specialized dental pumice stone that contains a patented all-natural ingredient that discourages the growth of disease-causing microorganisms!


At the end, we will record any anomalies or concerns regarding your pet’s oral health and we will give you recommendations on follow-up therapies and home care.

Doing Real Work

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