Lily came in for a COHAT which is a comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment because she had bad breath and started to eat slower than before. We did full mouth X-rays, scaling and polishing for her. She did not need any of her teeth removed thankfully. Some indications that you should book your pet in for a dental are bad breath, tartar, bleeding gums, loose teeth or discoloured ones, difficulty eating and a sore mouth. Dental disease can be very painful for our pets and of course they are going to continue eating because they have to in order to survive. By age three 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of dental disease and we are able help keep your pets mouth healthy.
If you book a dental for February, you will receive 10% off your pets dental exam and charting, full mouth X-rays, scaling and polishing. We only have eight available appointments.
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