Seagoville Veterinary Clinic

1206 North Hwy 175
Seagoville, TX 75159

(197)228-7452 x1

Seagoville Veterinary Clinic - Our Veterinary Services


We provide the best care for the best value. We offer such veterinary services as dentistry and surgical services. We discuss all options, treatments and costs before proceeding. Seagoville Veterinary Hospital is a full service small animal hospital offering a wide range of veterinarian services including:


  • Anesthesia
  • Cytology
  • Dentistry
  • Diagnostic Services
  • Exams
  • Feline Declawing - Front paws only
  • Flea and Tick Control
  • General Surgery
  • Heartworm Prevention
  • Histopathology
  • In House Blood and Urine Profiles
  • Micro-Chipping
  • Pain Management
  • Pharmacy
  • Prescription Diets
  • Radiology
  • Sick Examinations
  • Spaying / Neutering
  • Surgeries
  • Test for viruses (Parvovirus, Feline Leukemia Virus, and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus)
  • Vaccinations
  • We also utilize an outside laboratory for performing tests that we are unable to perform in-house.
  • Wellness Examinations




According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, by age three more than half of dogs and cats suffer from dental problems. By the time they turn four, at least 85% show signs of periodontal disease (gum disease), a condition caused by plaque.

Dental disease is painful for your pet. Like people, pets need professional dental exams and cleanings to avoid tooth decay. By the age of 3 years old, most pets will require this once yearly.


Periodontal Disease

Signs that your pet may have periodontal disease include weight loss, trouble eating, eating on one side of his or her mouth dropping food, sudden preference for soft foods, blood or pus from the mouth, swelling around the mouth or very bad breath.

The goal of dental cleanings when periodontal disease exists is to return your pet's mouth to as healthy a state as possible. This includes removing the offending calculus, probing all the teeth, and polishing all the teeth but also may include removing any teeth that are loose, diseased, fractured, or have infection under the gums.

Dental problems, if left untreated, can often lead to larger systemic problems in your pet due to the oral bacteria entering the blood stream and damaging the kidneys, heart and liver. Dogs and cats must be under general anesthesia to properly perform a dental cleaning.