We will be offering 15% off dental cleanings during the month of February.  We also provide free dental exams.  Call us today to set up your appointment! 

 

Does your dog or cat have bad breath? Are their teeth stained yellow and brown? Those could be early warning signs of dental disease, one of the biggest health problems affecting pets today.

Most people are not aware how common dental disease is in pets, and they do not recognize its damaging effects or steps that can be taken to help prevent major oral health problems.   

Periodontal disease, the inflammation and/or infection of the gums and bone around the teeth, including its more severe form - periodontitis, is one of the most common health problems in pets. 

....In fact, you might be surprised to learn that by the time they are three-years-old, more than 85% of all dogs have some form of periodontal disease, and 91% of all cats!
At its worst, periodontitis can ultimately lead to loss of teeth, fracture of the jawbones, and other serious consequences.
   

                                                           
It can also affect more than your pet's teeth.  In fact, the presence of canine periodontitis has been associated with systemic effects in pets and may cause problems in vital organs such as the heart or liver.

And because there isn't a cure for periodontitis, prevention is critical.  Prevention includes daily brushing at home, dental diets, and dental cleanings and treatment with our veterinarians when indicated.
 
To watch a video about how to brush your pet's teeth click the toothbrush!

When a pet's mouth hurts, their quality of life suffers. Investing in
your pet's dental health is critical. 
Let us help you continue to keep your pet a happy, healthy member of the family!
 

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