The best parts about owning a pet are the endless love and kisses they offer.

However, those stinky kisses may be so foul they drive you away. A common misconception about pets is that they all have smelly breath, but that is actually a sign of dental disease, which affects most cats and dogs over age 3.

To help you tackle your pet’s tartar, turn to the team at Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort. Your furry friend will have the most sparkling smile in San Antonio after a dental cleaning with our professionals.

The best parts about owning a pet are the endless love and kisses they offer.

However, those stinky kisses may be so foul they drive you away. A common misconception about pets is that they all have smelly breath, but that is actually a sign of dental disease, which affects most cats and dogs over age 3.

To help you tackle your pet’s tartar, turn to the team at Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort. Your furry friend will have the most sparkling smile in San Antonio after a dental cleaning with our professionals.

Signs of Dental Disease

Since dental disease is so common in pets, it should be easy to spot, right?

Unfortunately, all too many pets suffer in silence from painful periodontal problems, and their owners don’t discover an issue until their pet cannot eat.

Prevent your furry friend from unnecessary suffering by keeping a close eye out for the following signs of dental disease:

Red, inflamed gums

Bad breath

Excessive drooling

Yellow or brown tartar accumulation on the teeth

Dropping food when eating

Pawing at one side of the face

Decreased appetite

Bleeding from the gums

At the first sign of periodontal problems in your best friend, contact Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort for an oral exam to get to the root of your pet’s dental issues. We also recommend scheduling routine dental care to keep problems at bay.
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Signs of Dental Disease

Since dental disease is so common in pets, it should be easy to spot, right?

Unfortunately, all too many pets suffer in silence from painful periodontal problems, and their owners don’t discover an issue until their pet cannot eat.

Prevent your furry friend from unnecessary suffering by keeping a close eye out for the following signs of dental disease:

Red, inflamed gums

Bad breath

Excessive drooling

Yellow or brown tartar accumulation on the teeth

Dropping food when eating

Pawing at one side of the face

Decreased appetite

Bleeding from the gums

At the first sign of periodontal problems in your best friend, contact Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort for an oral exam to get to the root of your pet’s dental issues. We also recommend scheduling routine dental care to keep problems at bay.
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Pet Dentistry

in San Antonio

Your pet’s dental health is an important part of their overall health and well-being, and the team here at Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort takes it seriously. For all your pet’s dental care needs in San Antonio, please give us a call.

Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort provides dental services for cats, dogs, and other pets in San Antonio, Helotes, and Castroville.

Pet Dentistry

in San Antonio

Your pet’s dental health is an important part of their overall health and well-being, and the team here at Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort takes it seriously. For all your pet’s dental care needs in San Antonio, please give us a call.

Culebra Creek Veterinary Hospital and Resort provides dental services for cats, dogs, and other pets in San Antonio, Helotes, and Castroville.