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Animal Dental Care

Hundred types of common bacterias could be found in the mouth of your pets, leading to various diseases when not properly taken care of. And so oral hygiene and dental health are something we deeply concern about here in Pet Space.

How to take care of your furry friends’ teeth at home?

Teeth-brushing
As part of our daily routine, we humans brush our teeth because it maintains our oral hygiene. Likewise, it is equally important to keep our pets’ mouth clean. The bristles on a toothbrush can reach in between their teeth and under their gums to remove any food residues. Find a toothbrush suitable for your furiends’ size and age – for example, finger brushes are typically recommended for puppies and kittens.

Toothpaste
Never ever use human toothpaste on animals! The foaming agent (SLS) in human toothpaste is not edible, and can cause serious stomach problems if swallowed. Make sure to use toothpaste that is made for animals, especially enzymatic ones for dogs. There are also many fun flavours out there – some of the most popular ones are chicken, liver, and malt!

Dental gel
We get it, some of our furiends just don’t like having their teeth touched, and this is when dental gel comes in handy! They are also effective in getting rid of plaque and tartar. Simply apply dental gel with a clean gauze. An alternative is to add drops of dental care water additive to their drinking water.

Chew toys or bones made from rawhide keep our dogs busy, but researchers also found that some of them can help with cleaning their teeth and maintaining their dental health.

Dental care is crucial in minimising the risks of dental diseases like plaque, tartar, gingivitis, periodontitis, and more. Therefore it is extremely important that you regularly clean your pets’ mouth and teeth at home. In addition, according to the Veterinary Oral Health Council, teeth scaling should be done every 6-12 months. 

Common Dental Problems

If you notice any of the following symptoms, please seek veterinary support immediately:

If your cat is showing these signs:
Bad breath, hypersalivation
Accumulation of plaque or tartar
Swollen gums, ulcers
Bleeding along the gum lines, teeth loss
Oral pain or discomfort, difficulty in eating

The cat may be suffering from gingivitis or periodontitis,
a dental check at the vet is advised!

If your dog is showing these signs:
Bad breath, hypersalivation
Accumulation of plaque or tartar
Swollen gums, ulcers
Bleeding along the gum lines, teeth loss
Oral pain or discomfort, difficulty in eating

The dog may be suffering from gingivitis or periodontitis,
a dental check at the vet is advised!

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Why Choosing Us

A choice that makes the difference

Pet Space provides a wide range of premium veterinary services that are accessible and intimate.

Our scope of service includes consultation, microchipping, dental care, medical and surgical operations, dietary guidance, as well as Traditional Chinese therapy specially designed for animals.

Extensive veterinary network in Hong Kong

Our team of excellent medical professionals work day in and day out across 11 clinics, to provide comprehensive quality pet care services. With experienced vets and skilfully trained nurses on board, we guarantee you and your cherished four-legged companion are well cared for.

Chinese therapy concept store - Yang Sheng Tang

Here at Yang Sheng Tang, we adhere to the Traditional Chinese medicine's concept of healing the root cause of diseases and restoring the body’s natural balance. By complementing other treatments, we hope to offer an alternative for animals that is more affordable and organic.

Veterinary Urgent Care

The Ark Veterinary Hospital has been serving local animals for almost 20 years. We're here after-hours, on weekends and on all holidays for urgent pet care. Our on-site veterinarians provide medical support and first-aid treatment 24/7, offering the prompt peace of mind you need when your pet is ill or injured.