Did you know that studies indicate that 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats exhibit signs of dental disease by three years of age? Dr. Amy Johnson at Adairsville Animal Hospital serves the veterinary dental care needs for the precious pets in the Adairsville, Marietta, Rome, Acworth, and the surrounding areas of Georgia. She and her compassionate staff have extensive experience in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of dental disease in small animals, and they will bring this same level of care to your furry friend as well.
Without consistent brushing and cleaning, bacteria will accumulate on your pet’s teeth and gums, and can ultimately cause problems to their teeth as well as their lungs, kidney and even heart. Proper dental care should begin by bringing your pet to the veterinarian when they are young; however, it is never too late to start appropriate dental care for your furry family member.
Dogs and cats will often display signs of dental disease differently from pet to pet, and some may show no outward sign of pain. Some of the more common indications of pain due to periodontal issues include:
If your dog or cat exhibits any of these signs, please contact Adairsville Animal Hospital right away to schedule a dental examination for your precious pet. Good oral hygiene is an essential form of wellness care available for both dogs and cats. Dr. Amy Johnson has cared for veterinary dental needs of hundreds of pets in Adairsville and the surrounding areas of Georgia, and she is ready to care for your pet companions as well.