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24 Hour Helplines

01903 234866

01903 203999 (OOH 7:30pm - 8am)



At Grove Lodge Vets, we have: 

  • Invested in the latest equipment to provide cutting edge dental treatment for your pets. We have digital dental X-ray systems at many of our branches, meaning we can take radiographs (X-rays) of your pet's teeth to accurately diagnose the problem.

  • A brand new top-of-the-range dental unit at the main hospital. This is like the unit at your dentist and provides a dental drill, a lower speed polishing device, suction and ultrasonic scaling capabilities. Most of our branches have similar dental units.

  • Hand instruments available for ALL sizes of pets, from Great Danes to Chihuahuas, to big cats, small cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits AND rodents!

  • The latest and safest anaesthetic drugs and monitoring equipment.

  • Veterinary hot air blankets to keep your pet warm under anaesthetics.

  • Monitoring equipment that checks your pet is safe whilst under the anaesthetic (just like on the TV!).

  • Intravenous fluids available to any patient.

  • Pre-anaesthetic blood testing available on-site with results in minutes.

  • A Vet dedicated to dentistry! Rachel Perry is a veterinary surgeon with post-graduate qualifications in small animal dentistry and oral surgery. All of her professional time is spent treating dogs' and cats' oral and dental diseases, and it is a subject she is very passionate and knowledgeable about. Rachel is available at the hospital on a Tuesday or Friday, and the initial consultation and assessment is FREE to Grove Lodge clients.

  • A full range of homecare products, from toothpastes, toothbrushes, antiseptic gels, professional chews, toys, and special dental diets.

  • Our Practice Nurses can provide ongoing support for your oral care programme at home.


Cats and dogs commonly suffer from dental disease. In fact, by the age of 3-4, up to 75% of cats and dogs will have some form of gum disease (periodontal disease).  Initially the gum inflammation will cause halitosis (bad breath!). Dogs should not have dog-breath and cats should not have fish-breath!


We are here to help!


If you are not sure whether your pet has dental problems, you may chose to see:


Our skilled Practice Nurses are able to identify many problems in your pet's mouth that may require veterinary attention.

Our vets can perform a thorough mouth exam and identify many dental problems.

Rachel Perry has post-graduate qualifications in small animal dentistry, and she dedicates all of her professional time

to treating dogs and cats mouths. If you would like to see Rachel, please make an appointment at the

main hospital on a Tuesday or Friday. This initial consultation is FREE to clients of Grove Lodge Vets.