February is dental health month. Dental work performed during February will be given a 10% discount.
In many instances, the changes associated with dental disease go unnoticed. Pets may continue to eat or chew normally while coping with an underlying dental problem. Plaque and tartar accumulation can cause bad breath, gum disease and can increase the risk of an infection that may affect other organs in the body. This is why it is so important that your pet has a regular dental examination. We provide dental examinations at no charge.
By having your pet’s teeth professionally cleaned, you’ve taken the first step in helping your pet live a healthier life. We offer a variety of products to help maintain your pet’s teeth from toothpaste to dental diets. There are several dental formula diets that have a unique kibble design and formulation which have been clinically proven to reduce the accumulation of plaque and tartar that can lead to gum disease and eventual tooth loss.
Remember: Prevention is the best approach to dental care.