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Pet Dentistry

Bring your cat or dog to us for professional pet dentistry

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Did you know that most pets experience some degree of tooth and gum disease by the time they are just three years old? Or that, when left untreated, these issues can cause pain, difficulty eating, and even organ damage? Just like people, dogs and cats need routine dental care, including exams and cleanings. If your furry friend’s chompers need some TLC, choose Animal Care Hospital of Walnut Creek for pet dentistry in Walnut Creek and the surrounding areas.
Did you know that most pets experience some degree of tooth and gum disease by the time they are just three years old? Or that, when left untreated, these issues can cause pain, difficulty eating, and even organ damage? Just like people, dogs and cats need routine dental care, including exams and cleanings. If your furry friend’s chompers need some TLC, choose Animal Care Hospital of Walnut Creek for pet dentistry in Walnut Creek and the surrounding areas.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF DENTAL CARE

Periodontal disease is, by far, one of the most common health issues affecting dogs and cats. Unfortunately, even some of the most well-meaning and responsible pet owners fail to realize just how important routine dental care is for their furry family members.

If your pet has bad breath, they are likely suffering from some degree of periodontal disease. Tooth discoloration is another early warning sign. Without proper treatment, your beloved pet may experience discomfort, pain, and difficulty eating. In time, infections originating in the mouth can spread via the bloodstream, too, causing kidney, liver, and heart damage.

Pet Dentistry in Walnut Creek

When you bring your cat or dog to us for professional pet dentistry in Walnut Creek, we will take x-rays, perform a thorough examination, and carefully clean your pet’s teeth while they are under general anesthesia. This ensures both your pet’s and our team’s safety. It also enables us to clean and examine both above and below the gumline. If we find any seriously damaged or diseased teeth, we will also perform extractions while your furry friend is under anesthesia.

If it has been a while since your pet’s last dental checkup and cleaning, we can help. To schedule your dog or cat’s appointment for pet dentistry in Walnut Creek, give us a call now.
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CARE FOR YOUR FRIEND

Animal Care Hospital of Walnut Creek provides pet dentistry for dogs and cats in Walnut Creek, Concord, Lafayette, Dublin, Berkeley, and Alamo, California.

WE'RE ALWAYS HERE FOR YOU!

WE'RE ALWAYS HERE FOR YOU!

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CONTACT INFO

Main: (925) 433-5900
Fax: (925) 464-7604
info@achwalnutcreek.com
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