All pets require a good oral exam annually and periodic dental scaling and polishing. Consistent care benefits your pet by preventing tooth decay, infection, odor, pain, and gum disease, as well as extending the life of your pet.
Did you know an unhealthy mouth can affect your pet’s internal organ systems? The negative consequences for disregarding pet dental care include poor nutrition; damage to heart, kidney, or liver from bacterial infections; weight loss; eye infections and vision impairment; chronic pain; and behavior problems. Simple annual exams and periodic care can easily prevent such health risks.
We offer an assortment of products to help you provide preventive oral care at home, such as toothbrushes and toothpaste, oral rinses, and cat and dog food formulated to help reduce the formation of plaque and calculus.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and we participate by offering 20% off dental procedures during that month.