Highland Animal Hospital
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Monday–Friday, 7am–6pm | Saturday, 7:00am–1:00pm

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Monday–Friday, 7am–6pm |  Saturday, 9:30am–1:00pm | Sunday, 11am-noon

Pet Dental Care in St. Paul, MN

Have you ever had a sore tooth or other dental problem that required the help of a dentist? It isn’t fun when your dental health isn’t where it should be. A constant toothache can drain you and make every day feel like an endless ordeal. Unfortunately, we aren’t alone when it comes to the need for proper dental hygiene; our furry little friends can suffer from all of the problems we do and it makes their life just as miserable. That is why our clinic offers pet dental care in St. Paul, MN, so your adopted family member doesn’t have to suffer the pains of dental disease.

Dog Teeth in St. Paul, MN

Preventative Care Helps Stop Problems before They Start

The best option in the war against gum disease and tooth decay is preventative care. By bringing your pet in for pet teeth cleaning periodically, our staff is able to catch many of the serious dental problems before they get to a point that would cause your pet harm. Cleaning will make your pet feel their best and is part of a healthy lifestyle that may lead to longer life overall.

Just like in humans, dental diseases have the potential to cause serious problems in cats and dogs. It has been found that poor dental hygiene actually increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. If you want your pet to live the longest and happiest life possible, we recommend that you make dental care part of his yearly wellness routine.

Signs That Your Pet May Need Cat or Dog Teeth Cleaning

While our wellness experts are able to look for signs of dental disease when your pet comes in for a wellness visit, there are a number of signs you can look out for yourself at home. Some of the most obvious signs of trouble are bad breath, tartar on teeth, and reddened gums, but there are also a number of more subtle signs as well. Has your pet changed his eating habits? That could be a sign that their teeth are causing them discomfort. You may also notice that they are drinking and urinating more often. If your pet shows any of these signs, bring them in right away. 

More than Just Cleanings

We offer more than just dog and cat teeth cleaning to our clients. Some of the many services we provide include:

  • Dental X-Rays
  • Periodontal Treatment
  • Tooth Extraction

Contact us to schedule a teeth cleaning for your pets. We proudly serve pet owners in St. Paul, MN.