We’re Kicking Off February Pet Dental Month Early!
In 2017, we had more demand for our dental package than we could accommodate, so this year we’re starting Pet Dental Month ahead of time. We anticipate being busy again, so book early to avoid missing out.
Regular Teeth Cleaning and Dental Treatment are Cornerstones of Your Dog or Cat’s Overall Health.
Dental health is one of the keys to keeping your pet healthy throughout their life. Dental disease can easily lead to a number of potentially life-threatening illnesses, so establishing and maintaining good dental health is one of the most important things you can do for your dog or cat. In addition to preventing your pet from suffering from mouth pain, foul breath, and permanent damage to the 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 Pet Dental Month Promotion:
1. Save 10% on All Dog or Cat Teeth Cleaning and Dental Treatment until February 28th.
As in humans, pet dental treatment can be costly. The best way to minimize the expense is to start regular dental care as soon as possible in the life of your pet and continue with regular home care and veterinary dental care. Regular care will keep each individual treatment to the minimum possible amount. We believe so strongly in the importance of dental treatment to your pet’s health that we have capped the maximum pricing on surgical extractions, no matter how many extractions your pet needs. As well, between now and February 28th, you can save an additional ten percent on all Cleaning and Treatments.
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.
Set your Pet Up for Future Dental Health– 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. Dental X-ray allows us to pick up on any hidden problems in your dog or cat’s mouth, including any issues below the gum line, in tooth roots, or between teeth, where a visual exam just isn’t possible.
Every problem we can identify and treat now is one that won’t remain hidden in your pet’s mouth, causing your dog or cat pain or illness in the future.
Book a Dental Exam and Get Your Pet’s Smile SparklingToday!
Home Teeth Brushing
After cleaning and treatment, your pet’s teeth will be in their best possible shape. Now’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 an exam to make sure that your pet’s mouth is pain-free. Attempting to brush your pet’s teeth when they already have a problem may cause your pet severe pain, and result in them becoming resistant to ever having their teeth brushed in the future.