Your pet’s bad breath may be more than just “dog breath.” Often, mouth odor can be indicative of a problem much more significant than simple halitosis. Dental disease and infection is a prevalent problem in our pets.
Did you know your pet accumulates plaque and develops dental calculus 5 times faster than people? Most dogs and cats show signs of gingival disease and periodontal disease which causes pain and his or her bloodstream is showered with bacteria from the mouth – potentially causing problems with the heart, kidney, and liver. Did you know that by following a home dental routine, however, you can make a dramatic difference in helping your pet live a longer, healthier life? It can be as simple as keeping your pet’s teeth brushed on a daily basis, adding a supplement to his or her diet and visiting us each year for regular check-ups.
We want your pet to live a long, healthy life, and we understand that maintaining a healthy mouth is part of that. Your pet’s health is essential to us, so let us help you with this commitment. Call today to discuss your pet’s dental care needs and how we can help!
Call us to ask about our current dental specials – February is National Pet Dental Health Month.