Did you know that roughly 85% of all pets have dental disease by the time they turn 3 years old?
Dental disease is one of the most common health problem for pets. It can cause bad breath, tooth decay, or even tooth loss. If left untreated, the bacteria from under their gums can travel to their heart, kidneys, and liver causing potentially serious damage.
Dental disease is easily treatable and can be prevented by following a program of routine veterinary oral exams and at-home dental care. Regular inspection of your pet's mouth is important to catch dental disease in the early stages, and your pet is never too old to start a dental health care routine!
February Dental Special!
All dental cleanings performed during the month of February will receive 15% off the total cost of your pet's dental procedure. The first 10 patients to get their dental cleaning scheduled for February will also receive a FREE BATH on the day of the procedure.
Unsure if your pet needs a dental cleaning? Here are some signs of dental disease to look for...
- Bad Breath
- Excessive Drooling
- Brownish-gold buildup on teeth, close to gumline (tarter)
- Redness/Bleeding along gumline
- Pawing at the mouth
- Difficulty chewing
- Loose/missing teeth
For more information on this dental special or to schedule your appointment, please give us a call!