Poor dental hygiene can put both your pet’s life and your pocketbook at risk! “Dog breath” – or a cat with foul smelling breath – can be a sign of untreated dental conditions. If left untreated, your pet is at risk for problems such as heart, liver or kidney disease.
Routine cleanings can help prevent periodontal disease and save money in the long run. A 2014 study by the Veterinary Pet Insurance Co found that preventative dental cleanings cost 1/3 as much as treating dental disease.
More importantly, a routine oral examination can detect hidden health problems. Even if your pet’s breath smells fine, but you notice drooling or your pet suddenly not eating, that could be an indicator of dental disease!
Look at this before and after dental cleaning!
Schedule a free dental assessment with one of our technicians. Any dental procedures scheduled during the month of February will receive 10% off and free dental x-rays (an $85 value).