Smile! It might say January on the calendar, but February Pet Dental Month Begins Now!
Our dental package is always hugely popular and spaces are limited, so we’re starting Pet Dental Month early. Book soon to avoid missing out.
Good Dental Care is a Foundation of Your Dog or Cat’s Overall Health.
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have oral disease by the age of 2. It’s one of the most common diseases affecting both dogs and cats. An unhealthy mouth can be the beginning of a number of potentially life-threatening illnesses. In addition to preventing your pet from suffering from a painful mouth, nasty breath, and permanent damage to their teeth and gums, regular dental exams and teeth cleaning will also reduce their risk of heart, liver and kidney disease. Pets that get regular dental care can actually live up to two years longer.
Take Advantage of Our 2020 Pet Dental Month Promotion:
1. Complimentary X-ray when done with a Dental Cleaning or Procedure until February 28th.
Our Digital Dental X-ray gives us the whole story on your pet’s dental health. With it, we can see any hidden dental issues in your pet’s mouth, including any problems below the gum line, in tooth roots, and between teeth, where a visual exam just isn’t possible. Hidden issues progress and become much larger, more painful and more costly down the road. Every problem we can identify and treat now is one that won’t remain lurking in your pet’s mouth. Early treatment is the key to keeping your pet’s mouth in top condition..
Dental X-ray helps us give your cat or dog the best possible dental care. We are making Dental X-rays complimentary when done with a Dental Cleaning or Procedure completed by February 29th.
2. Complimentary bag of Hill’s T/D Oral Health cat or dog food with every Dental Treatment.
3. Complimentary Dental Care Pack with every Dental Treatment.
Give Your Pet a Gleaming Clean Smile–Book a Dental Exam Today!
We’ll examine your dog or cat’s mouth, determine if they need teeth cleaning or treatment.
During teeth cleaning and treatment, we will do digital dental X-rays of your pet’s mouth, to identify and address any of the problems discussed above.
Home Teeth Brushing
After cleaning and treatment, your pet’s teeth will be in their best possible shape. It’s a great time to start a home teeth-brushing routine to keep them sparkling. Home brushing isn’t a substitute for professional veterinary dental care, but it will minimize the number of dental issues your pet will experience going forward. Just as you brush your own between visits to the dentist, home brushing your pet’s teeth will keep them as clean and decay free as possible between professional cleanings.
Note that you shouldn’t start a home brushing program before your pet has been examined to make sure that their mouth is pain-free. If your pet has an existing dental problem, attempting to brush their teeth may cause your pet severe pain, resulting in them becoming resistant to ever having their teeth brushed in the future.