Teeth Cleaning for Dogs in the Inland Empire
Looking for the best dog teeth cleaning in the Inland Empire? You've come to to right place.
As one of the largest geographical units in Southern California, there's a lot of ground to cover. Sprawling eastward from Ontario out to Riverside and beyond, and south from the San Bernardino mountains all the way to Temecula, the Inland Empire is vast place.
It is also a popular place, with an estimated 4.5 million people, three international airports and four minor league baseball teams. The Inland Empire is believed to be home to at least 800,000 dogs and 600,000 cats.
Communities that we serve in this area include:
More about the Inland Empire
Originally, this area was called the Orange Empire due to the miles of citrus groves that filled the valleys from Pasadena all the way to Redlands. Yet the eventual name Inland Empire was also used by newspapers and land developers as early as 1914.
The Inland Empire's specific boundaries are a matter of opinion, but the region is generally considered to encompass western Riverside County and southwestern San Bernardino County, along with the westernmost cities of Los Angeles County. Competing ideas include Palm Springs to the west, as well as the remainders of both Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Although most of the Empire's freeways were completed by the 1970s, the massive growth seen in the 80s and again in the 2000s have made traffic congestion a major issue. It is hoped that the Gold Line extension (which will reach Montclair, connecting the LA Metro Rail with the San Bernardino Metrolink) will alleviate some of the problem by offering a true mass-transit commuting solution for the region.