Save 20% on Dental Procedures during these months!
Have you looked inside your pet's mouth lately and noticed dental plaque, tartar or redness along the gum line? Has your dog or cat's breath caused you to pull away or even gag? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, then in all likelihood your faithful companion has dental disease. Your pet is not alone. Most people don't realize that their pet needs dental care. In fact, most people never look inside their pet's mouth. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society by 4 years of age, over 70% of pets have signs of dental disease. Imagine how you would feel if you never brushed your teeth or never visited a dentist.
Moderate dental tartar and gingivitis
Why is regular dental care important?
Regular dental care is essential to preserving your pet's teeth and overall health throughout his or her entire life.
Dental disease starts with bad breath and tartar covering one or more teeth. Left untreated, the gums become inflamed. Inflammation of the gums can then lead to infected and loose teeth and a painful mouth. This advanced stage of dental disease is called periodontal disease. Your pet may then shy away from being touched around the mouth and head. He or she may show signs of drooling and bleeding from the mouth and may experience a drop or loss of appetite and body weight. Bacteria from the mouth may enter the blood stream through inflamed gums and lead to infections of the kidneys, liver, lungs and heart.
What are the benefits of Professional Pet Dentistry?
Professional pet dentistry is performed while the patient is anesthetized and consists of cleaning and polishing healthy teeth and the removal of any loose or severely infected teeth. This comprehensive dental procedure can restore your pet's mouth to a fresh and pain free state and improve your companion's overall health.
Teeth are thoroughly examined
Teeth are cleaned & polished
Voila! Clean teeth & fresh breath!
How do you know if your pet needs dentistry?
Dental plaque & tartar, red gums, infected or loose teeth and bad breath are all signs that your furry friend needs dentistry. From January 15 until March 16, our dental examination fee is discounted by 45 %.** We'll assess your pet's teeth and general health and provide you with a quote for the dental procedure.
During the months of February & March we will be offering a 20 % discount on dental procedures. Please call 613-258-2394 to arrange your appointment now!