• 04 JUL 16
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    Good Dental Care is one key to living a long healthy life. We can examine your pet’s teeth and gums and counsel you on the best approach to get your pet’s mouth healthy and keep it that way! Even if you are using chews, rinses, and brushing, your pet may need an evaluation under sedation, a dental cleaning, or more detailed at home care. Dental disease can be assosciated with other comprehensive health care. “Doggy breath” is more than just an unpleasant odor, it is the sign of an unhealthy mouth. Bad breath is caused by bacteria which leads to tatar and plaque build-up. Common signs of dental disease are bad breath, red/swollen gums and visible tartar on the teeth. If left unchecked these conditions will progress to advanced dental disease often leading to loose or missing teeth, difficulty eating, and uncomfortable swellings or abcesses. Visit us today to discuss your pet’s dental needs and let us help you accomplish the goal of maintaing a healthy mouth!

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