The dental health of your dog or cat is just as important to his or her health as it is to yours. Not only does dental hygiene affect your pet’s breath (“Eww! Dog breath!”), but also it can affect the overall health of your pet. Dental disease in pets not only affects the mouth, but it can also lead to more serious health issues, such as heart, lung, and kidney disease.

Swan Harbor Animal Hospital is fully equipped to provide your pets with the affordable dental health care they need. Our staff is fully trained in veterinary dental care, and we know that regularly scheduled dental exams and cleanings will go a long way in giving both you and your pet something to smile about.

Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian to check for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.

Give Your Pet Something to Smile About

Swan Harbor Animal Hospital

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The American Veterinary Dental College does not recommend dental cleanings without anesthesia because they do not allow cleaning or inspection below the gumline, where the most dental disease occurs and can result in injury to the pet or the person performing the procedure.

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Swan Harbor Animal Hospital
200 West McComas Street,

Baltimore, MD 21230, USA


Fax 443-869-4105

Located inThe Downtown Dog Resort