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Posted on 01-16-2017
February is Pet Dental Awareness month and for that very reason, we offer 10 % off dental cleanings the entire month! As you may already know, preventative care is of utmost importance for the well being of you cat or dog. For us humans, we like to brush our teeth at least twice a day to keep that bacteria out, and our blood streams free of infection. Cats and dogs are no different! Their teeth should also be brushed daily to avoid tartar or plaque build up. It is often a common misconception, that cats and dogs don't need pretty teeth so why bother? That could not be further from the truth. While cats and dogs do well without their teeth, it is much more dangerous for them to keep the bacteria, tarter and infection inside the mouth. All of it finds a way through the blood stream and then makes its way to your pet's internal organs. This can then lead to internal health problems. Sometimes, infection of teeth can also create swelling or lesions on the outside of your pet's muzzle. This can be very painful and even cause your pet to stop eating. For best care, we recommend regular brushing paired with annual dental cleanings. We know you love your pet, and we know you want the very best for him or her. Don't skip the dental cleanings and take advantage of our dental special!
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