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1398, Shefford  Bromont    

 450 534-2661

Monday:      14h00 - 18h00

Wednesday: 14h00 - 18h00


931, Knowlton rd  West Brome

450 263-6460

 Monday to Wednesday:  8h00 - 17h00

 Thursday and Friday:  8h00 - 18h00

Saturday : 8h00 - 12h00

Appointments Emergency service Dr Luc Lemaître, m.v. Dr Érik Masclé, m.v.

How can I keep my animal’s teeth clean?

The most commonly diagnosed health problem in pets is oral disease.

A recent study in North America showed that up to 80% of dogs and 70% of cats by the age of 3 years show signs of dental disease.

With these figures, it is now more important than ever to not be in the dark about our pet’s dental health.

Here are the recommendations from our team to help prevent dental disease:

1. Brushing your pet’s teeth daily is the number ONE way to keep the teeth clean, free of plaque and tartar, and to prevent oral disease.

How do I brush my cat’s teeth? or my dog’s?

Which material should be used?

2. While brushing your pet’s teeth is considered the "Golden Standard", many of us just do not have time to do so daily or at all. Dental diets are another option that can be given when daily brushing cannot be done.

For more information

3. Here are some other alternatives to help prevent plaque and tartar build up:

These options do not reduce tartar build up, and should not be used as the only method of prevention of dental disease. For more information

Royal Canin formule dentaire Hill's T/D Breathalyser Jouet Kong Os Nylabone

Breathalyser liquid or gel


Kong toys

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