You wouldn’t go your entire life without visiting the dentist, right? Neither should your furry pal.

Although you may be a rock-star pet owner who brushes your four-legged friend’s teeth twice per day, a lot of the tooth structure is lurking below the gum line. This hidden portion comprises up to 60% of each tooth and can hold an impressive amount of oral bacteria. Without veterinary assistance, it’s impossible to clean below the gum line at home with a toothbrush, no matter how dedicated you are.

If your pet is in need of a deep dental cleaning in the Glorieta, Pecos, or Santa Fe areas, look no further than Eldorado Animal Clinic. We’d love to brighten your furry pal’s smile.

You wouldn’t go your entire life without visiting the dentist, right? Neither should your furry pal.

Although you may be a rock-star pet owner who brushes your four-legged friend’s teeth twice per day, a lot of the tooth structure is lurking below the gum line. This hidden portion comprises up to 60% of each tooth and can hold an impressive amount of oral bacteria. Without veterinary assistance, it’s impossible to clean below the gum line at home with a toothbrush, no matter how dedicated you are.

If your pet is in need of a deep dental cleaning in the Glorieta, Pecos, or Santa Fe areas, look no further than Eldorado Animal Clinic. We’d love to brighten your furry pal’s smile.

Signs of Dental Disease

Since you’re already tackling toothbrushing at home, you’re in a great position to watch for signs of dental disease in your pet.

Even if your four-legged friend is not a fan of the toothbrush, still try to peek in their mouth at least once a week to monitor for the following signs of periodontal problems:

Bad breath

Red or bleeding gums

Yellow or brown tartar accumulation on the teeth

Worn, stained, or cracked teeth

Gingival masses

Receding gum line

Exposed tooth roots

Your pet may also paw at their mouth, drop food when eating, or avoid hard food altogether if they are experiencing periodontal problems.
woman touching the head of black labrador retriever with blue-collar

Signs of Dental Disease

Since you’re already tackling toothbrushing at home, you’re in a great position to watch for signs of dental disease in your pet.

Even if your four-legged friend is not a fan of the toothbrush, still try to peek in their mouth at least once a week to monitor for the following signs of periodontal problems:

Bad breath

Red or bleeding gums

Yellow or brown tartar accumulation on the teeth

Worn, stained, or cracked teeth

Gingival masses

Receding gum line

Exposed tooth roots

Your pet may also paw at their mouth, drop food when eating, or avoid hard food altogether if they are experiencing periodontal problems.
woman touching the head of black labrador retriever with blue-collar

Pet Dental Care

in Eldorado

For all your pet’s dental care needs in the Eldorado, Pecos, and Santa Fe areas, look no further than Eldorado Animal Clinic. Our talented team loves tackling tough tartar to bring your furry pal’s smile back to a healthy, shiny grin! Give us a call to discuss your pet’s dental care needs and to schedule an appointment.

Pet Dental Care

in Eldorado

For all your pet’s dental care needs in the Eldorado, Pecos, and Santa Fe areas, look no further than Eldorado Animal Clinic. Our talented team loves tackling tough tartar to bring your furry pal’s smile back to a healthy, shiny grin! Give us a call to discuss your pet’s dental care needs and to schedule an appointment.