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By age 3, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease. By age 4, 85% of dogs and cats show signs or oral disease, so keep those teeth clean! There are several signs of periodontal disease in pets. Bad breath, difficulty chewing, oral discomfort, and blood-tinged drool are all signs of periodontal disease.


We are celebrating National Pet Dental Health month by offering $50 off a dental cleaning scheduled for February!  A dental cleaning includes: anesthesia, IV fluids, teeth scaling, polishing, and a fluoride treatment!


If your dog is dropping food, tipping its head to one side, or avoiding eating entirely, a tooth root abscess could be the problem.  Have concerns about what might be going on under the gum line?  We also offer single tooth or full mouth dental x-rays, at an additional cost.


Dental disease can not only affect the mouth but can also wreak havoc by spreading infections to other organs!  Call us today to schedule your pet’s dental cleaning and let us help keep your pet healthy inside and out!


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