Periodontal disease is the most common health problem affecting our furry friends, with 80% of dogs and 70% of cats showing signs by the age of three.
Without regular dental care, plaque builds up on your pet's teeth and turns to tartar that sets the stage for infection.
Left untreated, periodontal disease will cause your pet pain, difficulty eating, and eventually, tooth loss. It may also cause life-threatening issues with your pet's heart, liver and kidneys.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month and the month of love... so why not show your pet how much you care by scheduling a dental checkup today? We offer 10% off if you schedule a dental within 30 days.... See MoreSee Less