Proper dental care is an extremely important part of your pet’s overall health. Dental Disease is the most common health issue of pets today; it affects 85% of cats and dogs over 4 years of age. Many forms of dental disease exist below the gum line and are not detectable without a thorough cleaning under anesthesia. Untreated infections of your pet’s teeth and gums can lead to abscesses, heart, liver or kidney disease
Common Signs of Oral Health Problems:
Loose or missing teeth
Pawing or rubbing the mouth
Yellow, brown or green tartar on teeth
Even if your pet isn’t showing signs of oral health problems, it’s worth getting them a complete oral exam by their veterinarian. They can also help you keep your pet’s teeth clean and healthy to prevent problems in the future. ***DENTISTRY discount of $150 off anesthetic dental cleanings during the month of February***
If your pet is not current on their yearly exam please call us to schedule an appointment with a doctor.
(Due to high demand, the dentistry special can be extended beyond the month of February if dental booking is confirmed by February 28th)