Pet Dental Care

Did you know that 80 percent of dogs and cats over three years old have some form of dental disease? That's why at Belton Small Animal Clinic we see pet dental care as a critical part of our job! Preliminary symptoms of dental disease are issues like gum inflammation and bad breath. However, if left untreated, dental disease can lead to more serious health problems like kidney and heart diseases.

To prevent your pet from developing these conditions or loosing their teeth to decay and infection, it is important to schedule regular dental check-ups and maintain a dental hygiene routine at home!   

Cat brushing its teeth: Pet Dental Care in Belton

Pet Dental Care at Home


Just like you wouldn't stop brushing your teeth between visits to the dentist, you should not neglect your pet's teeth between exams. Oral hygiene should be a regular part of your pet's wellness regimen, even at home. While you may not be able to brush your pet's teeth every day, brushing a few times each week is recommended. Additionally, you can improve your pet's dental hygiene by providing dental chews between brushings.

Belton Small Animal Clinic is happy to assist in your home pet dental care with an array of dental hygiene products. We sell toothbrushes, toothpaste, Oravet Chews, Oravet gel, OxyFresh, and a number of dental chew toys right at our clinic. Providing your pet with these items, as well as regular brushing, will keep their mouths cleaner and help prevent serious health issues down the road.

If you have questions about pet dental care or would like to schedule a dental appointment call us at (254) 939-5823.


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