If your fur baby’s stinky breath has you turning away from their kisses, it may be time to consider professional dental care.

While many people assume that dealing with unpleasant breath is just part of being a pet owner, it’s actually one of the most common signs of periodontal disease. Even if you brush their teeth at home, your beloved companion is likely to experience serious oral health issues by the time they are just three years old - unless you make professional dental care a priority in your pet’s life.

At Hope Animal Clinic, we provide pet dentistry for dogs and cats in Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Burnet, and the surrounding areas, and we’d love to take care of your favorite fur baby’s pearly whites! We also provide select dental services for ranch and farm animals.

If your fur baby’s stinky breath has you turning away from their kisses, it may be time to consider professional dental care.

While many people assume that dealing with unpleasant breath is just part of being a pet owner, it’s actually one of the most common signs of periodontal disease. Even if you brush their teeth at home, your beloved companion is likely to experience serious oral health issues by the time they are just three years old - unless you make professional dental care a priority in your pet’s life.

At Hope Animal Clinic, we provide pet dentistry for dogs and cats in Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Burnet, and the surrounding areas, and we’d love to take care of your favorite fur baby’s pearly whites! We also provide select dental services for ranch and farm animals.

Common Signs of Dental Problems

We recommend bringing your pet in for routine dental care - including checkups, x-rays,
and cleanings - long before problems have a chance to manifest.

Even if you are staying on top of your best friend’s dental care needs, it’s still important to be mindful of some of the most common signs of trouble. If you notice any of the following issues, be sure to schedule your pet’s next dental appointment as soon as possible:

Bad breath

Brown or yellow tartar buildup on the teeth

Bleeding, red, or inflamed gums

Cracked, worn, or otherwise damaged teeth

Exposed tooth roots

Reluctance or refusal to eat dry food

Receding gum line

Pawing at the mouth

Excessive dropping

Dropping food while eating

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Common Signs of Dental Problems

We recommend bringing your pet in for routine dental care - including checkups, x-rays, and cleanings - long before problems have a chance to manifest.

Even if you are staying on top of your best friend’s dental care needs, it’s still important to be mindful of some of the most common signs of trouble. If you notice any of the following issues, be sure to schedule your pet’s next dental appointment as soon as possible:

Bad breath

Brown or yellow tartar buildup on the teeth

Bleeding, red, or inflamed gums

Cracked, worn, or otherwise damaged teeth

Exposed tooth roots

Reluctance or refusal to eat dry food

Receding gum line

Pawing at the mouth

Excessive dropping

Dropping food while eating

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Pet Dental Care

in Marble Falls

Whether your kitty needs help with oral care or you’ve decided to bring your pupper in for an appointment with a doggy dentist, we can help. We offer a complete range of pet dentistry services for residents of Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Burnet, and the surrounding areas, and we’d love to get your pet smiling again! Contact us today to schedule an appointment or request additional information.

Pet Dental Care

in Marble Falls

Whether your kitty needs help with oral care or you’ve decided to bring your pupper in for an appointment with a doggy dentist, we can help. We offer a complete range of pet dentistry services for residents of Marble Falls, Horseshoe Bay, Burnet, and the surrounding areas, and we’d love to get your pet smiling again! Contact us today to schedule an appointment or request additional information.