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We are offering 25% OFF DENTAL CLEANING for the months of January, February and March

Have you ever taken a sniff of your dog or cat’s breath and wrinkled up your nose? All too often, dental care is something that is overlooked with our furry friends. Imagine how your mouth would feel, taste, look and smell if you NEVER brushed your teeth!

Tartar and calculus trap bacteria in and under the gum line, which leads to irritation of the gum tissue (gingivitis) and then periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is sickness of the supporting tissues of the teeth- the ligaments that attach gum to tooth and jaw bone. The American Veterinary Dental Society estimates that 85% of cats and dogs have periodontal disease by age four!DentalPage

Signs of tooth and gum disease in pets include:

  • bad breath
  • excessive salivation
  • refusing to eat or dropping food
  • rubbing or pawing at the face
  • loose or broken teeth and red
  • inflamed gums

However, many pets never show symptoms beyond bad breath. Without regular veterinary exams, much of our pet’s dental disease isn’t detected until it reaches a bad condition. February is National Pet Dental Health Month, promoting awareness of oral problems in dogs and cats. To have your pets’ mouth evaluated and to make a specific home dental plan, click the button below. Pets need dental care, too!

25% Off Sonic Scaling and Polishing
Offer expires: 03/31/2014
* Some restrictions apply