Helping Shelter Residents One Mouth at a Time
The dog and cat residents in animal shelters are widely overlooked for foster and adoption due to periodontal disease. They commonly either become extended residents with no family to care for them or they are euthanized. Dr. Bretts Pets is leading the movement to eliminate this problem that faces these poor shelter residents. All proceeds from this site are used to provide veterinary dental, medical and surgical training for animal shelter veterinarians
Vets and Their Shelters We are Helping Now
San Diego Humane Society
San Diego, California
Clinique vétérinaire des petits animaux de l’Estrie Sherbrooke, Québec
Foothills Animal Shelter
Lori Montresor, DVM
Connecticut Humane Society
Good Mews Animal Foundation
From courses to instruments...equipping vets to care for the mouths of our pets.
What Our Friends Say
I have the utmost trust in Dr. Brett and his staff and will always be grateful for his expertise, patience, and communications. Thanks, Atlanta Veterinary Dentistry and Oral Surgery!
Dr. Brett and Annie are amazing. i was so nervous when i walked in with my little Barkley, (Weiner dog). they took the time to reassure me that everything was going to be ok, and throughly the procure.
Every experience I have had with Dr. Brett, his technician Annie Mills, and his staff have been nothing short of excellent. The practice atmosphere is very professional but also very welcoming and comforting for pets and their owners.
Dr. Brett was great. My 10yo, 7 lb Maltese had 4 teeth extracted and teeth cleaning. I was planning to be there the entire day but in just a few hours, everything was done quickly. The office was cleaned and comfortable so I could wait around since we had to drive 2 hrs to get there. The vet tech was professional.