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DENTISTRY

Does your dog or cat have bad breath?  We want all pet owners to be aware that pets need dental care just like us.  Extreme bad breath can be a sign of advanced dental disease and could cause your pet to lose his or her teeth way too early.  Untreated dental disease can lead to a continuous infection within your pets body that potentially affects the heart, kidneys, and many other organs of your pet. All of this can be prevented with routine dental cleanings.  We have annual special offers during the month of February, which is traditionally Pet Dental Health Month.  We can also provide you with literature about dental disease prevention and we have friendly technicians waiting to help you learn the proper way to brush your pets teeth and other oral healthcare tips.  Don't wait until getting close to your furry friend is unpleasant because they have such bad halitosis.  Call us today and ask about dental care for your cat or dog.  Yes, healthy mouths mean longer lives for your pets!!

 

  • Digital Radiography
  • Ultrasonic Scale and Polish
  • Gingivectomy
  • Extractions (including Full Mouth)
  • Doxirobe and Consil Therapy

 

TAKE 15% OF THE PRICE OF YOUR PETS TEETH CLEANING IF YOU SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT WITHIN A MONTH OF YOUR PET'S LAST EXAM