Featured Pets

  • Abe

    Abe is 13-year-old senior cat looking for a new home. He only has one tooth... but his heart is full of love and he is ready to meet you!
  • Ridge

    Ridge is a two year old Pit Bull/Terrier mix. This big friendly guy was picked up as a stray with another dog and was brought to CVHS where he is now looking for his forever home!

There are many benefits to keeping up with your pet’s oral hygiene. Along with reducing stinky pet breath, dogs and cats experience many overall health related issues that correspond with their dental health. Just like humans (hopefully) keep up with dental hygiene daily, pets need routine upkeep and maintenance to make their teeth shine and be healthy. While most people don’t attend to their pet’s dental hygiene daily, it is something that must be done regularly. It won’t take care of itself if ignored! Is your pets breath stinky? This is one of the most common signs that they are in need of oral hygiene upkeep. Bad breath from tartar and plaque can be a warning sign for more serious inflammatory diseases. These diseases can be more than just oral health problems, they can spread to organs and other parts of your pet’s body and affect overall health. Don’t ignore it when ...

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