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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

Good oral health is more than just a pretty smile.

Poor dental hygiene can put both your pet’s health and your pocket
book at risk. “Dog breath” – or a cat with a foul-smelling mouth –
can be a sign of untreated dental conditions. If left untreated, you
may put your pet at risk for greater problems such as periodontitis
or heart disease.

Routine cleanings can help prevent periodontal disease and save
money in the long run.  A 2014 analysis conducted by Veterinary Pet
Insurance Co. showed that the average cost per pet to prevent
dental disease is just one-third of the average cost of treating dental
disease.

More importantly, a complete oral examination can detect hidden
health problems. Even if your pet’s breath smells fine, there still
could be dental conditions that are hard to spot without a complete
veterinary exam.

Schedule your pet’s dental checkup with us now. We’ll do a
thorough checkup to make sure your pet is at optimum health. We
also can show you how to brush your pet’s teeth in between exams.
Brushing is the single most effective thing you can do to keep your
pet’s teeth healthy between dental cleanings.

We’re committed to your pet’s health and wellness, and we know
that you are as well. Book your appointment today!