Saturday April 6th
February is dental health month. Get your furry friend a fresh start with a clean smile and fresh breath. You can easily check their oral health at home by lifting their lip and taking a good look at all their teeth including the ones all the way in the back.
If your pet is exibiting signs of periodontal disease your pet should have a dental cleaning. Periodontal disease does not just affect the surface of the teeth and the surrounding gum tissue. It can also affect the heart, liver, kidneys and other major organs. Pets can start receiving preventative dental care as puppies or kittens with regular brushing of their teeth to combat tartar build up.
Dental cleanings have many benefits other then the obvious cosmetics. Dental cleanings remove built up tartar and bacteria that causes bad breath. While cleaning your pets teeth, we will also do a complete oral assessment to check for any broken or infected teeth that may be causing your pet discomfort.
Did you know.....
- Adult dogs have 42 teeth and adult cats have 30 teeth.
- The most commonly fractured teeth are the upper canines & the 4th pre molars (the largest molar)
- Periodontal disease can cause - Gingivitis, Bad Breath, Heart Disease, Lung Disease & Kidney Disease.
To help get your pet on the right track to a healthy mouth we are offering 10% off Dental Cleaning Services during the month of February, with an additional BONUS dental care gift bag for the first 25 dentals. If your pet already has a healthy mouth there are still savings for you - 10% off CET Dental Chews, Oravet Dental Chews, and Dental Hygiene Kits to keep them healthy.
Here are before and after pictures of a pet that received a dental cleaning.
Contact our office today at 517-369-2161 to schedule your pet for a Dental Cleaning.
Pets getting a dental cleaning will be entered to win a box of ORAVET DENTAL CHEWS
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452 W. Central Rd
Coldwater, MI 49036