3 Things to Look for in a Pro Pet Dentist


Don’t underestimate the importance of pet dental care. Qualified Pet Dental gives us tips on what pet parents should be aware of when looking for a professional dental clinic.



1. Gentle

We know a trip to the vet’s office can be a nerve-wracking one for you and your pup. A dental visit is no different. Find a hygienist that’s gentle and has expert calming methods. You want your pet’s treatment to not just be anesthesia-free, but also trauma-free.


2. Effective

Proper dental treatment involves a thorough cleaning of all tooth surfaces including below-the-gumline – where most dental problems develop.


3. Safe

This type of cleaning requires the supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Dental treatments should include a full physical exam to make sure the treatment is safe for your pet. Beware of so-called ‘cosmetic teeth-cleaning’ or ‘teeth-whitening’ services. These kinds of procedures do not offer preventative benefits and can actually cause further damage!



About Qualified Pet Dental

At Qualified Pet Dental, they believe that the anesthesia-free approach is often the best choice for maintaining your pet’s dental health, yet it should only be practiced by properly trained, dedicated professionals.

As a mobile provider of on-site veterinary clinics in partnership with independent pet retailers, grooming spas, and doggy daycare facilities, they specialize in anesthesia-free dental cleaning, vaccinations, and non-surgical veterinary services.

Their 7-step anesthesia-free procedure completely cleans all tooth surfaces, including below-the-gumline. This service also includes a wellness exam and evaluation by the staff veterinarian. Post-treatment antibiotics (when necessary) and other common Rx medications can be prescribed and dispensed on-site. Low-cost cat and dog vaccinations are available with no package requirements and no hidden fees. Prescription-only Comfortis, NexGard or Revolution flea protection is available, at internet-competitive pricing.

Click here to find a Qualified Pet Dental clinic at your nearest pet retailer.