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Have you happened to look at your pet’s teeth recently?
Dental tartar and gingivitis can cause our pets to have odorous breath and are precursors to serious health conditions like periodontal disease. Our pets are subject to the same dental diseases as humans, however many do not have their teeth brushed or maintained on a regular basis. Did you know that 85% of dogs over the age of 4 and 72% of cats over the age of 5 show signs of periodontal disease?
Checkout this before and after picture of a dog’s teeth:
February is National Pet Dental Month!
To encourage awareness of our pet’s dental health, veterinarians use the month of February to educate clients and offer dental promotions. Take advantage of Shawme’s special offer as we discount our dental procedures by $35 through the end of February and freshen up your pet’s breath just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Sign up using the form below or call (508)833-0883 to make an appointment.
Dr. Dave and team are some of both the kindest and most skilled people I know. The hospital is not a business - it is a work of passion. They care for animals and for people and will go above and beyond to help all of them.