Prevent Bad Breath In
Cats & Dogs With Pet
Dentistry Services In
If your pooch or kitty cat has bad breath, it’s something to take
seriously. It may come as a surprise, but your pet is just as susceptible
to serious health issues if their teeth aren’t taken care of.
Just like yourself, it’s a good idea
to have their teeth checked at least
once a year. This trusted local
practice is set up to do exactly that.
They can do everything that your own dentist will do for you, including
cleaning, adjustments, filing, extraction, and general oral health
Park La Brea Veterinary Care can
help prevent tooth loss, oral pain,
bad breath, and internal damage.
Trust us, your pet will thank you for
So, how do you know if Moggy or Rex needs a trip to the dentist?
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, a number
of symptoms can indicate that your pet has oral health problems.
These can include bad breath, broken
or loose teeth, discolored teeth,
abnormal chewing, reduced appetite,
pain in and around the mouth, or
bleeding from the mouth. Pretty much
the same as you or me.
Your cats or dog can develop periodontal diseases relatively early in its life, and
the dental services from the Park La Brea practice are designed to detect and
treat such conditions at the earliest possible stage.
Oral examinations look for signs of
plaque and tartar, particularly below
the gumline, which can progress
into more serious issues.
With advanced radiological equipment, the center can also
carry out more detailed inspections of your pet’s oral
A range of preventative and
corrective treatments now
ensure that your pet remains in
good overall health.
As a full-service veterinary care provider, the practice also provides internal
medicine, surgery, vaccines, flea control, parasite prevention, bathing and
grooming, radiography, and more.
Reflecting a commitment to customer
service, Park La Brea Veterinary Care
also now conducts house calls in
Wilshire, Miracle Mille, Fairfax District,