FEBRUARY : Pet Dental Health Campaign !
Just as people should have regular checkups by their dentists , pets need regular dental care , too .
Signs of oral and dental diseases in dogs and cats :
- Bad breath .
- Loose teeth or teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar .
- Your pet shies away from you when you touch the mouth area .
- Drooling or dropping food from the mouth .
- Bleeding from the mouth .
- Loss of appetite or weightloss .
What can you do?
Schedule an appointment for your pet's dental exam. Don't wait for his annual checkup if you suspect a problem. For pets with a history of oral problems, frequent examinations and cleanings may be advised.
During your pet's oral exam, we will look for signs of plaque, tarter, bacteria and gingivitis. Plaque — a colourless film — contains potentially harmful bacteria that left unchecked can build up and create infection, enter the bloodstream and may affect vital organs, such as the heart and kidneys.
We may suggest steps that include a home care regimen that includes regular brushing and feeding a food clinically proven to remove plaque and fight gingivitis.
Schedule regular veterinary checkups. These are essential in helping us monitor the progress of your pet's dental health
IN FEBRUARY WE OFFER REDUCED PRICES FOR ALL DENTAL CARE