Winter Dental Special
Not having opposable thumbs can be frustrating—just ask your dog or cat!* That means unless you brush your pet’s teeth regularly or you’ve rigged up some fancy, paws-free brushing and flossing station at your house, your pet goes months or years without cleaning their teeth.
No surprise then that by age three most dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal disease. This condition can significantly impact a pet’s quality of life, causing gum inflammation, mouth pain, tooth loss, and eventually serious illness.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, so we’re offering10% off your pet’s entire dental during the month!
This includes digital dental X-rays, which are necessary for catching plaque and tartar under the gum line, where most periodontal disease occurs.
We believe regular dental care for pets is extremely important, and we want to help you get your pet started on the road to good oral health. Spots will fill up fast—call 503-446-2450 for details and to schedule an appointment for your pet!
*If your pet actually answers this question, please send video!