Free Dental Checks During March

For the month of March we are offering free Dental checks to help reduce the risk of periodontal disease in cats and dogs.

Any Dental work & dental related products will be eligible for a 10% discount within the month of March.

Reasons why it’s very important to look after your pets teeth.

Did you know that adult cats have 30 teeth while dogs have 42?

Before adult teeth come through baby teeth need to fall out. Retained baby teeth (The little ones that just don’t want to be moved) can cause gum irritation and tartar build up.

Healthy teeth means better breath.

Dental disease can actually lead to problems with your pets organs, such as the heart. Caring for your pets teeth can help reduce health problems.

Did you know that 4 out of 5 dogs over the age of 3 years have some sort of periodontal disease?

It can be caused by the buildup of plaque, so it’s important to take your pet to regular dental checkups at your vets.

We run free nurses clinics at our practice for dental check ups for your pets.

Dental care and hygiene is very important for us, and its just as important for your cat or dog. Please don’t ignore it.

Dogs and Cats are very good at hiding pain, and you may never know that your pet has a serious dental problem until it’s advanced. This is yet another reason it’s important to take your pet in for regular dental checkups.

Brushing your pets teeth daily, dental chews and dry food are all great ways to prevent tartar bulid up on the teeth and promote healthy gums.

Don’t be afraid to look inside your dogs mouth, start off early in life by lifting your puppy/kittens lip and let them get used to the feeling of their mouth being checked.

Unfortunately, some breeds may be predisposed to peridontal disease meaning that regular dental check ups are essential – even with regular brushing!

Book in today for your free dental check for your cat or dog.

Before dental work

After dental work