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Coon Rapids Pet Dentist

Regular pet dental care is vital to their oral and overall health, but most cats and dogs don’t get the oral care they need to stay healthy. Dental pain can be excruciating for your pet. And while they can’t just come out and tell us what’s wrong, you shouldn’t wait for clear signs of health issues to take action.

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Comprehensive Cat and Dog Dental Care

Pets need proper dental care just like we humans do. Neglecting their oral hygiene can lead to a host of issues that impact their quality of life and even shorten their lifespan.

Regular visits to a pet dentist are crucial for maintaining your furry friend’s oral health. During these appointments, we examine your pet’s teeth and gums, looking for any signs of infection or disease. We also perform dental cleaning to remove tartar buildup and plaque from your pet’s teeth.

Prevent Pet Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most common oral health issues in pets. This happens when plaque and bacteria build up on their teeth, causing inflammation and infection in the gums.
We recommend annual dental exams and can schedule dental cleanings when they are needed.

Be on the lookout for these signs that may indicate your pet requires immediate dental care:

  • Persistent bad breath
  • Excessive drooling
  • Inflammation of the gums
  • Difficulty eating or chewing
  • Less of an appetite
  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Restless behavior

Don’t let dental problems dim your pet’s smile! At WellHaven Pet Health, we offer dentistry services designed for optimal oral health and overall well-being. We address everything from plaque build-up to hidden problems, ensuring your beloved pet’s smile shines as bright as their personality.

Casey C. (Veterinary Assistant)
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Cat and Dog Dental Care Services

Annual dental exams
Our skilled vets will conduct a comprehensive exam of your pet’s teeth and gums, checking for any signs of disease. During the dental evaluation, we also provide insights on home teeth cleaning techniques and offer simple yet effective brushing instructions.

Dental X-rays
X-rays are able to uncover conditions hidden from the naked eye. With the help of the latest medical technology we can search for hidden issues such as abscesses and bone loss beneath the gum line.

Gentle cleanings
We’ll remove plaque and tartar build-up, effectively restoring your pet’s oral health and fresh breath.

Help with at-home dental care
We’ll show you how to take care of your pet’s teeth on your own to help prevent health issues down the road.

Protect your pet’s smile today!

Making time for your pet’s dental health goes a long way towards ensuring their overall well-being and longevity. It’s important to be proactive, so don’t wait for symptoms to arise.

WellHaven Pet Health is your trusted veterinarian in Coon Rapids, MN. Book a dental check-up for your pet today and give them the invaluable gift of lasting oral health.

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How to contact us:

Location

3560 River Rapids Drive
Coon Rapids, MN 55448
Click here for directions.

Hours

Mon-Fri: 8 AM – 6 PM
Sat & Sun: Closed

When to seek out Coon Rapids Urgent Vet Care Services

It can be a stressful situation when you find your pet in need of immediate emergency or urgent care or if you’re unsure what you should be doing to help. Please don’t hesitate to call the Coon Rapids WellHaven for guidance in these difficult times.

 

Emergency Care

Whether your pet is in need of immediate emergency care or emergent care (when a situation can worsen over a short period of time), acting quickly can make all the difference in the world. Please call (763) 290-0830 at once to ensure we can see you as early as possible if your pet is experiencing any of the following issues. Please Note we are not currently seeing walk-in patients at this time.

 

  • Quills
  • Foxtails
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Toxicities
  • Marijuana ingestions
  • Lacerations
  • Abscesses
  • Breathing issues
  • Seizures
  • General pain
  • Foreign body ingestions (gastrointestinal blockages)
  • Laboring pets
  • Laboring issues
  • And many other issues

Referrals

Although we are a fully outfitted veterinary hospital, there are times when we won't be able to see or treat your pet. In these cases, your pet will need to be seen by another clinic, hospital, or veterinary facility. If necessary, we will refer you and your pet to another doctor for the following circumstances:

  • Serious trauma, such as being hit by a car, falls of distance, or gunshot
  • Head or eye injuries
  • Irregular breathing, shortness of breath, prolonged or heavy panting
  • Heart disease or failure
  • Severe or sudden onset of pain
  • Blood loss
  • Broken bones
  • Exposure to toxins including rat poison and antifreeze
  • Hyper- or hypothermia (heatstroke or frostbite)
  • High fever
  • Serious burns
  • Cluster seizures or severe neurologic disease 

 

 

 

Coon Rapids Accepts Referral Urgent Care Patients

If you’re an animal clinic that is unable to perform urgent care or offer emergency services, please consider sending your patients to the Coon Rapids WellHaven. When they call, make sure they tell us their primary care facility so we can get all of the necessary information from you before they arrive at our facility. We will also relay visit information back to you to ensure you have a complete history of your patients.

WellHaven Pet Health Coon Rapids
3560 River Rapids Drive
Coon Rapids, MN 55448
763-290-0830

 

 

New Patients

We are offering a 50% discount on New Client Wellness Exams for a Limited Time

Please call 763-290-0830 or contact us for availability.