Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic has provided specialized dental care for pets of all shapes and sizes for many years. From routine preventive care to early detection and treatment of disease, our facility is designed to deliver quality care for your pet. Using state-of-the-art dental equipment and technology, we ensure that your pet’s heart and respiratory rates are accurately being monitored during the dental procedure.
Much like humans, dogs and cats can develop gum and mouth disease. You can avoid health complications by having your pet checked by Dr. Keller at Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic soon. . Regular checkups will help prevent your pet from developing potentially dangerous oral diseases, as well as keep their teeth shining and white and their breath fresh.How do I know if my cat or dog has dental problems?
Bad or unusual breath is one of the first signs that your dog or cat has a dental problem. Red or swollen gums or discoloration on the teeth’s surface are also signs that you should seek dental care for your dog or cat.
Yes. Complications with heart valves, the liver, and the kidneys are secondary to dental problems. You can help to avoid these problems and complications by routinely brushing your pet’s teeth. We encourage you to brush their teeth as much as you can, if possible on a daily basis.
Yes, most dental procedures require anesthesia to ensure that no stress, pain, or discomfort is caused to your pet during the procedure. Being pet lovers ourselves, we understand your concern for your pet going under anesthesia , but extreme caution is used during the procedure to minimize risk and ensure your pet’s safety.