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Feb 02 2017

February is National Pet Dental Health Month


Does your pet allow you to brush their teeth? Are your pet’s teeth yellow or brown? Are their gums red and swollen? If you answered yes to any of these questions, your pet may be in need of immediate dental care. Did you know that 4 out of 5 pets show some sign of Gum Disease? Dental disease is among the most common diseases in dogs and cats. The prevalence of periodontal disease increases in older pet populations. Therefore, a lifelong dental care plan for dogs and cats is critical to prevent gum disease, painful teeth or tooth loss, or even kidney or heart disease. Prevent advancing dental disease with regular professional oral examinations and consistent home dental care.

The good news is that Gum Disease is preventable and to celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month we’re offering 10% off a professional dental cleaning through the month of February.

Contact us at 651-437-2175 or visit us at to set up an appointment to evaluate your pet’s dental health and assist in preparing a home care plan for your pet’s individual needs.

Please help us in our mission to save pets like yours from the terrible pain and suffering that periodontal disease can cause.

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