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The risk of periodontal disease can be reduced, or even eliminated, by following these recommendations:

  • The first step in prevention or treatment is a routine physical exam, including dental exam.
  • Practicing a regular dental care regimen at home:
    • Brushing pet's teeth (use only pet toothpaste)
    • Adding water additives to your pets daily water 
    • Using oral rinses to rinse mouth after meals
    • Utilizing specialty formulated foods that assist with plaque removal
  • ​Routine Dental Cleaning performed with your Veterinarian.

TOPIC OF THE MONTH:​​DENTAL AWARENESS

Dental Cleaning:

  • The goal of dental scaling & polishing is to remove the tartar & invisible plaque that is formed on the teeth and under the gums.
  • Tooth scaling will be performed using both hand scaler and ultrasonic hand scaler to remove tartar build up both below and above the gum line.
  • It may be necessary to carry out other procedures during such as extraction or dental x-ray of a root.

SI HABLA ESPANOL

DENTAL PREVENTION TIPS:

Neglecting teeth can lead to gingivitis, tartar & calculus build up. Which, may result in teeth needing to be removed due to periodontal disease. Disease and infection can spread to other parts of the body. 

Location

1610 E. Shields Ave

Fresno, CA 93704

shieldstonepet@sbcglobal.net

 


DOES YOUR PET NEED A DENTAL?

  • By the age of 2, 70% of cats & 80% of dogs will have some form or periodontal oral disease.


What can you do about it?

  • You can avoid many of these problems by taking your pet to your veterinarian for regular dental check ups and establishing a food dental-care routine with your pet at home.

Oral assessment, treatment, and prevention visits are as important

as regular physical examinations and check-ups. 



BEFORE DENTAL

PARKING IN BACK

AFTER DENTAL

MISSING/FOUND PET

If you are missing or found a dog/cat here are some tips on what to do.

*If our lines are busy your welcome to text us at (559) 515-2800


Shield Stone Pet Hospital, Inc.


Shield Stone Pet Hospital in Fresno 

NEW PET INFO.

Bringing a new family member to your home can be exciting. Here are some overall care tips.​

Preventing illness is easier than treating an illness. Learn how to maintain your pets health such as the following: Dental, Skin & Ear Care, Routine Vaccinations, etc.

Click the tab to learn more on prevention.​​

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SERVICES

(559) 222-2800

Regular Business Hours

Monday - Friday: 8 am to 5:30 pm 
Saturday: 9 am to 12:30 pm


Office: (559) 222-2800 or 
Cell: (559) 515-2800


Dr Yoo: (Eye Appointments Only)

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am to 11:30 am


If you would like to schedule an appointment click below. 


  • Cataract Surgery
  • Glaucoma Treatment
  • Intraocular Prosthesis
  • Cryo

Dr. Yoo is not a board certified ophthalmologist, however, his talent and knowledge have been serving local pets for over 25 years. 

  • Routine checkups
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm treatment
  • Allergies
  • General Surgery
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Eye Surgery
  • And More!