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Pet Teeth Cleaning in Houston, TX

Provide your furry friend with complete healthcare by adding our pet teeth cleaning in Houston, TX, to his or her routine. With the help of the experienced, loving vets at Bear Creek Animal Clinic, your pet will benefit from yearly dog teeth cleaning or cat teeth cleaning.

Rely on our pet dentist to prevent as well as resolve a variety of oral problems. From preventative care  involving gum and teeth cleaning to abscess repairs and tooth extractions, we handle it all. We have more than 35 years of experience caring for the area's pets, so rest assured that we are fully dedicated to giving your animal unparalleled treatment. Noticing strange developments in how your pet is acting? It might be related to your cat or dog's oral health. Bring your pet by the office if you notice any of the following symptoms:

• Lethargy • Bad Breath • Red Gums • Tartar on Teeth • Eating Habits

Dog Teeth Cleaning to Improve Your Pet's Quality of Life

Bring your pup to our animal clinic for a thorough dental checkup. We will search for all the signs of periodontal disease to prevent and treat it.

By the age of three, most dogs already have the disease, which can lead to pain, swelling, and even tooth loss. Give your dog a more comfortable life with our dog teeth cleaning. We promote our dental services once a month at a discount to help educate the public on the importance of dental care for pets. Our team can even teach you what you can do at home to help your dog's smile.

Pet Teeth Cleaning in Houston, TX

Cat Teeth Cleaning for a Healthy Pet

Let's face it—cats can be difficult when it comes to simply trimming their claws, but taking the time to care for their teeth is vital as well. Dental disease is just as painful for cats as it is for people. In addition, gingivitis for a human rarely ends up infecting the bones and the bloodstream, but for a cat, this is a possibility. The cost of dealing with these life-threatening health issues is far more expensive than an annual cat teeth cleaning appointment. If left untreated, a cat's dental issues can become chronic, or even lead to a variety of other problems, such heart and lung infections. Why not schedule one today and protect your pet? We welcome you to come by our dental promotion days every month as well so you can better promote the health of your cat.

Contact us to learn more about our animal dentistry. We are proud to serve to Houston, Spring, Katy, The Woodlands, and Tomball, TX.

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