Northgate Animal Hospital 1600 Hamill Road   Hixson, Tennessee  37343     Telephone 423-875-9033   FAX 423-875-9064     Serving the Chattanooga Pet Community
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Northgate Animal Hospital of Hixson Tennesee   Chattanooga Veterinarians   Pet Vaccinations   Spay & Neuter Services   Laser Veterinary Surgery for Animals   Pet Boarding for Dogs & Cats
HOURS OF OPERATION Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 6:30 pm Saturday & Sunday Closed DOCTOR APPOINTMENTS Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 12:15 pm and 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm Closed Holidays Observed by the Hospital
For After Hours Emergencies please call the doctor's answering service at (423) 875-9033 or for Immediate Emergencies contact R.I.V.E.R at (423) 698-4612
Practitioner of the Year for the State of Tennessee  Click the YouTube link below to view the tribute to Dr. Randy Hammon
Pets with dental disease constantly release bacteria from their mouths into their bloodstream, resulting in inflammatory changes in the heart, liver, and kidney tissue in otherwise healthy animals.  This problem may be exacerbated in pets that already have other existing diseases.  Periodontal disease is a major health risk for your pet and is one of the most common diseases in small animals.  It is painful, but  frequently, pets with oral pain “suffer in silence”.  However, periodontal disease is easily preventable. Let us give your pet a complete dental check up and advise you on how to keep your pet's teeth clean and healthy for a long and pain-free lifetime!
The American Veterinary Dental Society recommends a full dental cleaning every six months for your pet, just the same as your dentist recommends for you. Imagine what that cleaning procedure would be like for you if you did not brush your teeth at all between dental visits. Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, dental X-rays, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. All pets receive a complete dental scaling with hand scaling below the gum line, and tooth polishing.  Our doctors perform in-house surgeries and dental procedures using state-of-the-art technology to ensure your pet receives the best veterinary dental care available.  Pets with routine dental care typically live longer and healthier lives.
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Pet Dentistry For Dogs and Cats

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Northgate Animal Hospital of Hixson Tennesee   Chattanooga Veterinarians   Pet Vaccinations   Spay & Neuter Services   Laser Veterinary Surgery for Animals   Pet Boarding for Dogs & Cats
Northgate Animal Hospital
1600 Hamill Road  Hixson, TN 37343 Telephone 423-875-9033 Serving the Chattanooga Pet Community
The American Veterinary Dental Society recommends a full dental cleaning every six months for your pet, just the same as your dentist recommends for you. Imagine what that cleaning procedure would be like for you if you did not brush your teeth at all between dental visits.
BEFORE
AFTER
Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, dental X-rays, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. All pets receive a complete dental scaling with hand scaling below the gum line, and tooth polishing.  Our doctors perform in-house surgeries and dental procedures using state-of-the-art technology to ensure your pet receives the best veterinary dental care available.  Pets with routine dental care typically live longer and healthier lives.
Pets with dental disease constantly release bacteria from their mouths into their bloodstream, resulting in inflammatory changes in the heart, liver, and kidney tissue in otherwise healthy animals.  This problem may be exacerbated in pets that already have other existing diseases.  Periodontal disease is a major health risk for your pet and is one of the most common diseases in small animals.  It is painful, but  frequently, pets with oral pain “suffer in silence”.  However, periodontal disease is easily preventable. Let us give your pet a complete dental check up and advise you on how to keep your pet's teeth clean and healthy for a long and pain- free lifetime!
Pet Dentistry