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3 Helpful Tips for Caring for Your Pet’s Teeth in Auburn


Did you know that this month is Pet Dental Health Month? While taking good care of your pet’s teeth is always important, now is an excellent time to brush up on your knowledge and make sure you are keeping up with this critical component of wellness care. Many pets experience some degree of periodontal disease within the first three years of their life. And without treatment, minor issues often evolve into much more serious ones. For this reason, caring for your pet’s teeth and gums is crucial. 

Here at Forest Hill Veterinary Hospital, we provide comprehensive pet dental care in Auburn and would be honored to be entrusted with caring for your pet’s pearly whites. To learn more about caring for your pet’s teeth, keep reading. 

Give Them Dental Treats and Toys

Dental treats and toys are designed to help remove plaque and prevent tartar buildup on pets’ teeth. They aren’t a substitute for at-home brushing and professional dental care, but they do help maintain your furry friend’s teeth. The next time you’re shopping for a special surprise for your furbaby, choose a toy or treat that offers dental benefits

Brush Their Teeth at Home

With special toothpaste and a toothbrush made just for your furry friend, brushing your pet’s teeth at home doesn’t have to be difficult. And doing so is the best way to care for their teeth and gums in between dental appointments. If you aren’t sure how to get started, we can help you learn how to brush your pet’s teeth safely and with minimal stress. 

Schedule Pet Dental Care in Auburn

Just like you should see your dentist regularly for cleanings and exams, your dog or cat needs annual dental care from their veterinarian. When you choose us for pet dental care in Auburn, we’ll carefully examine their teeth, clean them, and look for potential problems. We may also take x-rays or perform extractions when needed. 

If your furry friend is in need of dental care, let us help. Call now to schedule an appointment. 





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3240 Auburn Way S,
Auburn , WA 98092

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