Lisner Animal Hospital Vet


3480 E. West Maple Road, Commerce TWP, 48390




Is your pet's breath enough to make you turn down cuddles? Or maybe their pearly whites are starting to look a little less bright?
These are two signs that your pet might be in need of some dental care.

It's not just about bad breath.

While your pet's breath may be the first thing you notice, that's not the most important part about dental health. In fact, staying up on your pet's oral hygiene is an essential part of keeping them healthy.

Negative Effects of Poor Oral and Dental Health

Much like people, animals' mouths play a critical role in their overall health and wellness. A lack of good, routine oral hygiene can lead to serious health complications in animals. 

Poor oral hygiene can lead to:
- gum disease
- painful gums
- tooth loss
- cavities
- sensitivity
- heart disease
- cancer
- diabetes

Dental Disease in Dogs

Dental disease is an incredibly common medical condition seen by veterinarians. According to VCA, over 80% of dogs over the age of 3 will have active dental disease. 

Oftentimes, the signs of dental disease are hard to spot. This most often will need to be caught and treated by a veterinary professional. Dental disease can be painful, uncomfortable, and, eventually, potentially dangerous for your pet.

How Lisner Animal Hospital Can Help

Our professional care team here at Lisner Animal Hospital can help keep your pet's smile healthy and happy (and smelling fresh!).

Whether you want to started on routine, preventative dental care or need some more active treatment for an existing condition, Lisner has you covered.

If your pet is experiencing any of the following - bad breath, excessive drooling, dropping food, sudden disinterest in chew toys, loss of appetite, swollen or painful face, pawing at the mouth, yellow, broken, loose or missing teeth, gums that are red, swollen or bleeding - it is time to make an appointment with us! 

We can help determine the issue and a way to quickly and safely resolve it. 

How You Can Help

Routine checkups and dental exams are great, but it is what happens everyday that shows at those appointments! In addition to scheduling professional dental appointments with us, we recommend brushing your pet's teeth at least 3 times per week, if not everyday. Try to think of your pet's oral hygiene similarly to your own - because it is! Much like for people, quality daily tooth brushing and routine dental checkups are the key to a healthy mouth. 


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Wellness consults and prevention through vaccines like distemper, parvo and rabies are common practice at Lisner Animal Hospital.
Broken leg, torn CCL (ACL for people), luxating patella, or other vet orthopedic injuries?  Our certified team can help with your pet's orthopedic surgery.
Our team ultrasounds to look in your pet's abdomen for answers to the veterinary questions in a noninvasive way.
Using our safe protocol we can ensure we take every precaution to ensure that your dog or cat's dental cleaning is a success.
No matter the situation our team of veterinary professionals can handle your crisis.  Staying calm and using our training will assist in recovery of the urgent problem.
In House Blood
Advanced testing in house gives answers to your dog or cat when we need them.  This is a unique emergency service that helps us give clear answers quickly.
Digital Radiographs
Using up to date technology is key to helping have answers when problems happen.  New digital x-ray in veterinary medicine helps with clear and fast x-ray development. 
Laser Therapy
Laser therapy assists in the healing process for your pet with any injury.  We have nurses trained to assist in your pet's needs and how the laser therapy can assist.
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What Patients Are Saying About Us
I needed a second opinion on euthanizing my 14-year-old dog, though I am not ready to leave my regular vet. They saw us right away and agreed to share info with my regular vet. Dr Alex was very professional and answered all my questions. I am even considering Walnut Lake for future visits with my other pets!
Dr. G was not only able to. get us in so quickly but was able to see the pain our pet was in and offered to do the surgery same day, we have never seen such a compassionate vet & clinic! I cant say good enough things about Dr. G and the way he is taking care of our collie!
I found 2 stray kittens that were abandoned near our house one night during my walk. These little guys were skin and bones. It was nearly closing time when I called Walnut Lake Animal Hospital and they didn't hesitate for a single second to stay open past work hours to look at the kittens. The Vet and his staff were so kind and generous with their time and services. I definitely recommend this Veterinary practice to anyone who has pets, or is looking for a reliable and trustworthy veterinarian!
Lisner Animal Hospital
3480 E. West Maple
Commerce Township, MI 48390


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