Pet Dental Care

Dental health is an incredibly important part of keeping your pet pain-free and healthy. Unfortunately, by the age of three, most pets show signs of periodontal disease. This is a painful condition, and can actually shorten their lifespan. But not to worry! Periodontal disease is no match for our expert veterinary team. Everything we do is done with the highest standards, and we will make sure that your pet is getting the absolute best veterinary care there is.

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Thanks to all the staff at Palmer Veterinary clinic for getting my poor Winston in. He had a really bad night and they were so supportive and caring. Thanks for helping to relieve my anxiety and getting Winston onto the road to recovery.

Judy

What do we love? Everything. The people have the biggest hearts. Everything else flows from that fact. You and your animals are treated as if you are all their family.

Gretchen

This is the most caring, professional , and friendly clinic I’ve ever experienced! The Doctors, techs, and the administrative staff up front are top notch and make everything run very smoothly. I would recommend Palmer Veterinary Clinic to EVERYONE!

Holly

The vets and staff are caring and accommodating. I trust their expertise with my dogs because they treat them like their own, rather than just an opportunity to make money. Their prices are fair and they are open later for working families. But what stands out the most, is how caring and accommodating everyone is- from holding my baby for me while I check out, helping load my dog into the car after surgery, and getting a chair in the exam room so I can nurse my baby while we waited for the vet. We love this clinic!

Brittany

What To Expect

The first step is to give us a call to schedule an oral examination!

During your pet’s exam, we will look for signs of periodontal disease, and will be able to recommend either home care or a professional cleaning. We can also answer any questions you might have.

If a cleaning is recommended, we will be able to clean beneath your pet’s gum line, where periodontal disease lives. Typically, there is an immediate reduction in the oral pain your pet feels, and a substantial boost to their prognosis.