Dental Health

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Google Maps location for Bakers Hill Veterinary Hospital

Bakers Hill Veterinary Hospital
4609 Great Eastern Highway
Bakers Hill
WA 6562

08 9574 1061

Bakers Hill Veterinary Hospital’s guide to Dental Health

Click here to download this info as a PDF handout

What can I do at home?

  1. Brush their teeth. Here is a video clip that will teach you how to brush your pet’s teeth: Click here to watch a video
  2. Feed your pet a specialised diet that is designed to keep the teeth and gums clean and healthy. E.g. Hills t/d Dental Health.
  3. Use a water additive designed to reduce the plaque that builds up on your pet’s teeth e.g. Aquadent
  4. Give your pet something to chew on. “Greenies” are the best choice, but rawhide chews, chew toys and raw bones may also make a difference in reducing the build-up of plaque.
  5. Have your vet check your pet’s teeth. At Bakers Hill Vets we always check your pet’s teeth at their yearly vaccination and health check. If your pet is prone to dental disease we may recommend dental check-ups more frequently than this. And of course, keep an eye out for any bad breath, inflammation of the gums and/or tartar (yellow staining) on the teeth, and make an appointment to have it checked out if you notice any of these things.

Dental Diet – e.g. Hills t/d Dental Health

 Hill's® Prescription Diet® t/d® Canine is a complete and balanced food that provides all the nutrition your dog or cat needs. Please consult your veterinarian for further information on how our Prescription Diet® foods can help your dog or cat to continue to enjoy a happy and active life.

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