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Your pet’s dental health is very important in maintaining his/her overall well being. Unfortunately, dental disease is the most common ailment affecting our pets today. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have dental disease by the age of 3. Do your pets teeth look like this?


How do I know if my pet has dental (periodontal) disease?

The first and most common sign of periodontal disease is often bad breath. You may also notice redness along the gumline, discomfort when eating or pawing at the face. Dental disease that goes untreated could lead to permanent damage to your pet’s internal organs such as the heart and kidneys.

Dont worry, we’re here to help. We offer dental health exams, routine dental cleaning and more complex tooth extractions to keep your pet’s mouth healthy. We also carry a full line of homecare products that can help you keep your pet’s teeth pearly white and breath fresh at home.

Periodontal disease in dogs.

Learn more about your pet’s dental health.

Making your pet’s dental care part of your routine.

We recommend CET Dental products for your dog & cat.

Intimidated about brushing your pet’s teeth? Watch this easy how to.

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