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Dental Special is here – give your pet a reason to smile!

Our Dental Special for 2017 has now ended

Watch our video below to see why dental care for your pet is important:

Don’t miss out on our 2017 Dental Special! $37 off of our normal dental cleaning & polishing price!

$182 reduced to $145

But wait, there’s more:

FREE Dental Exam

FREE Bath or Bath Voucher

FREE Anal Gland Expression

FREE Nail Trim

FREE 30 Day Pet Insurance Trial Offer

*Up to $100 in savings and free services!

*Does not include extractions, blood work, medications, vaccines / fecal testing.

Mar 7, 2017 0 2669 Views

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Dental Special is here – give your pet a reason to smile!

Watch our video below to see why dental care for your pet is important:

Don’t miss out on our Dental Special! $30 off of our normal dental cleaning & polishing price! But wait, there’s more:

Our Dental special for 2017  has now ended

FREE Dental Exam

FREE Bath or Bath Voucher

FREE Anal Gland Expression

FREE Nail Trim

FREE 30 Day Pet Insurance Trial Offer

*Up to $100 in savings and additional free services!

*Does not include extractions, blood work, or medications.

Jan 28, 2016 6 2356 Views

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Periodontal disease can affect more than your pet’s teeth

Orlena Tampira, DVM

Veterinarian Orlena Tampira of Craig Road Animal Hospital in North West Las Vegas discusses the importance of proper dental care for canine and feline teeth.

By Orlena Tampira, DVM

Dental hygiene is just as important for your pets as it is for you. Not only can your loved one experience pain while chewing and bad breath, dogs and cats can experience the same diseases as humans like gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth decay. Without proper care, this bacteria can travel to the liver, kidneys, and heart through the blood stream.

Upper 4th premolar extracted due to extensive decay.

Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is very common in pets. Studies show that 85 percent of pets have gum disease by the age of three. A professional cleaning, is the only way to remove harmful plaque and bacteria, and assess the health of the mouth.

A proper dental cleaning involves placing your pet under anesthesia then scaling, polishing, and evaluating each tooth. Without anesthesia, these steps could not be performed properly thus decreasing the benefit of performing a dental.

Tartar build up on canine teeth.

Things that you can do at home involve daily tooth brushing with pet toothpaste and certain foods or treats.

Dental health is very important in keeping a happy, healthy pet. Signs that your pet may need a cleaning could be bad breath, drooling, pawing at the mouth, loose or missing teeth, or discomfort while chewing. As always, it is best for a veterinarian to evaluate the mouth, any of our doctors would be more than happy to help you out with any questions or concerns you have.

Want to watch the entire dental cleaning process? You can see what a difference we made on Chip, a Greyhound, here:

Jan 25, 2016 0 1454 Views

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Pets Need Dental Care Too! (Video)

A great little video from the Veterinary News Network on the importance of pet dental health.

Remember that this month is pet dental health month. If you bring your pet in for a dental cleaning we will give you $35 off, a free bath or bath voucher, express anal glands for free, a free nail trim, and some other goodies to go home with – in addition to clean teeth and fresh breath! Call our office to schedule an appointment or bring you pet in for a free dental exam to see if they need a cleaning.

Feb 8, 2013 0 1874 Views

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