Dog and Cat Teeth Cleaning in Newport News

Did you know that more than 50% of all household dogs and cats have some form of gum disease by just 3 years of age? The good news, though, is that with proper dog and cat teeth cleaning, gum disease can be prevented. A pet’s mouth is often an indicator of their overall health. In fact, untreated gum disease can eventually affect the liver, heart, and kidneys if not treated, putting your pet’s life in danger.

Colony Animal Hospital recommends annual dental check-ups and teeth cleanings to keep your dog or cat’s mouth healthy, teeth white, and breath fresh! For pets that are 3 and older, we typically recommend annual cleanings. However, more frequent dental visits may be required, depending on your pet’s age and dental health status. With our comprehensive dental services and at-home care, you can decrease or even eliminate your pet’s risk of oral infection.

Dog and cat teeth cleaning in Newport News, VA
Happy dog with a dental chew bone

About Our Dog and Cat Teeth Cleaning Services

Our state-of-the-art dental suite is equipped with two dentistry stations and digital dental radiology. We also provide circulating warm water blankets for your pet’s safety and comfort and the same monitoring equipment that we use for our surgical services. Our comprehensive dog and cat teeth cleaning services include ultrasonic and hand scaling for tartar and plaque removal, high-speed polishing, and fluoride treatment. We also rely on digital dental radiography to view below the gum line, where many oral problems are found.

How to Save $50 on Your Dog or Cat's Teeth Cleaning

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, but here at Colony Animal Hospital, we celebrate it all year-round with a great deal! If we recommend a pet dental care procedure (cleaning, extractions, etc.) during your pet’s dental exam, and you schedule the procedure within 30 days of our recommendation, you can save $50 on the total!

In addition, established clients can have their pet’s dental exam performed free of charge. If you are a new client, we do require a complete physical exam for your pet, which includes the dental assessment. Once you and your pet have become established with us, you can take advantage of the free dental exam in the future. After all, this offer has no expiration date!

Schedule your pet’s dental exam today by calling (757) 877-6464 to see if you can take advantage of our $50 off special!

Common Symptoms of Gum Disease in Pets

  • Bad breath
  • Loose teeth
  • Reluctance to eat (often due to pain)
  • Reddened or swollen gums
  • Yellow or brown teeth

If your pet is experiencing any of these symptoms, schedule a dental exam so we can determine what kind of teeth cleaning or treatment is needed. We can also give you tips and product recommendations for at-home care so you can maintain your pet’s health between appointments. Give us a call today!