OUR LOCATION

4728 University Ave.

Cedar Falls, IA 50613

CONTACT US

Ph:    319-277-2354    

Fax:  319-277-0673     

Email:  companionac@cfu.net    

Companion Animal Clinic logo | Cedar Falls - Waterloo, Iowa

Dr. Ben Nemmers, Dr. Colleen Nemmers and Dr. Amanda Ritter are proud to continue our long-standing tradition of providing general and advanced veterinary care to the Cedar Falls, Waterloo and surrounding communities. Our team at Companion Animal Clinic & Pet Resort would love to meet you and your furry companion. Rest assured we care for your pets just as we do our own.  

Clinic Hours

Monday - Friday

7:00 am - 5:15 pm

Saturday

8:00 am - 11:00 am

Daycare Hours

Monday - Friday

7:00 am - 6:00 pm

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Full Service Pet Dental Care

While most pet owners are very dedicated to their companions with regards to their nutrition, wellness checks and even spending time together, many owners don't realize the importance of pet dental care.  Be it plaque control, cavity prevention or bad breath, the truth is dental disease can cause serious health problems.

Did you know 70-80% of dogs and cats develop dental disease by the age of 3. The continuous buildup of plaque and tartar can damage your pets internal organs, not just his mouth. 

Before Dental

After Dental

Professional Cleaning

During your pet's annual wellness exam, we will assess your pet's teeth and gums. Our diagnosis will determine if your pet would benefit from a professional cleaning. 

Our professional cleaning will include complete ultrasonic scaling, subgingival cleaning, polishing and fluoride treatment.  We have added digital dental x-rays so we can better diagnose dental disease that isn't visible to the eye. Anesthesia is necessary to perform a thorough and efficient dental cleaning. We take every precaution possible to minimize anesthetic risks to your pet. After a professional cleaning, your pet's mouth will be healthy again and free of pain. 

Care at Home

Now your furry companion will need your help. Just like after your visit to the dentist, your pet will start developing plaque within hours of a professional cleaning. You can help your pet maintain good oral health and prolong time between professional cleanings with regular home dental care. Our veterinarians recommend brushing your pets teeth daily. Providing tartar control chews and bones can also help with tarter buildup. 

Please contact us if you have any questions about at home dental care for your pet. 

What Our Pet Parents are Saying!

My pack actually wag their tails going in to see any of the amazing vets here. The staff is great and always extremely helpful when we call. Sooooo friendly, excellent and knowledgeable. These are my babies, and I wouldn't trust them to anyone else."
Dawn J and Cayden