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Dental care is just as important for animals as it is for humans. Dogs and cats buildup plaque and tartar that can lead to gingivitis and periodontitis. Unfortunately, many pet owners overlook the teeth even though dental disease is a very common problem in dogs and cats. If dental disease goes untreated, it can lead to a variety of health problems including bone loss around the teeth roots, gum growths, infection, pain, tooth loss, and the possibility of inflammation and infection spreading to other organs in the body. And, because pets don't complain about mouth pain, they don't tell us that they are suffering.

We provide pet dental and oral care which includes a comprehensive oral exam, assessment of any oral problems, and treatment. Dental XRAYs are an important part of your pet’s oral exam and are taken at each dental treatment appointment.

Dr. Kellner provides advanced dental care and oral surgery for pets, including root canal therapy to save broken or dead teeth.

While we provide professional dental care in the hospital, it’s important to not overlook at-home dental care. We recommend dental home care which can include teeth brushing, prescription dental health diets, plaque and tartar inhibiting dental chew treats, and a plaque inhibiting water supplement. We encourage you to try to do something daily for your pet’s teeth and oral health.

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  • "My Iguana was very comfortable at Ark Veterinary Hospital and instantly wanted to lick and climb on Dr. Manges. Very happy to have found a vet to take her to! She knew she was in good hands."
    Abi Woodman
  • "I have been a local professional pet sitter for the past 10 years and my clients who use ARK Veterinary Hospital all rave about how wonderful they are. Highly recommend them!"
    MJ Miles