March 2020 Special Dental Pricing!
Dogs $475*: Includes pre-anesthetic exam, dental polish and prophy, IV catheter, IV fluids during dental, and antibiotic and anti inflammatory injections.
Cats $375*: Includes pre-anesthetic exam, dental polish and prophy, IV catheter, IV fluids during dental, and antibiotic and anti inflammatory injections.
*Special pricing does not include: optional pre-anesthetic blood work, any extractions that may be needed, or medications to go home.
Dogs and cats both require dental care at some point in their lives. For some pets dental disease can start showing signs as early as two to three years old! Regular care by a reputable dentist has the tendency to add years to the pet’s life. Not being given proper care can start to affect their overall health, as oral bacteria that get into the bloodstream and have further the ability to destroy the pet’s kidneys, heart or liver.
Your pet should be brought in for a yearly physical and at that point their teeth and gums would be examined. If you notice: plaque on the teeth, swollen gums, constant bad breath, pain or bleeding when the pet eats, pawing at the mouth or chewing on paws, decreased appetite, missing teeth or anything that looks abnormal on or around their mouth they should be seen immediately.