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Presidents and Pets

Did you know that President Teddy Roosevelt was the president with the most pets? See his list of pets with their great names below:

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SPCA of Texas Adoptable Pet

Need a little sunshine on this cloudy day? Meet Shep, a 1-year-old Golden Retriever/Chow Chow mix! This happy guy is available to adopt starting today at noon at the SPCA of Texas Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center. Share to find him a home! To learn more about the Texas SPCA, go to:  http://www.spca.org

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Valentine's Day Safety for Pets

Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your pets how much you love them, but be careful, may Valentine’s Day treats can contain hidden dangers to your pets.

For example, many chocolates contain the sweetener Xylitol.  While Xylitol is safe for people, even small amounts can cause significant health problems for pets.  Our recomemndation: you and your human loved ones should eat all of the Valentine’s Day chocolate yourselves!

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How to Identify if your Pet has Dental Disease

Signs of pet dental disease or pain are:

  • Bad breath
  • Redness or bleeding along the gum line
  • Drooling, which may be tinged with blood
  • Difficulty chewing
  • Pawing at the mouth
  • Loose or missing teeth
  • Facial swelling, especially under the eyes
  • Nasal discharge
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What causes pet periodontal disease?

What causes pet periodontal disease? Pet periodontal disease starts when bacteria form plaque on the teeth. Within days, minerals in the saliva bond with plaque to form tartar, a hard substance that adheres to the teeth. The bacteria work their way under the gums and cause gingivitis, which is an inflammation of the gums.  These bacteria can then travel in the bloodstream to infect the heart, kidneys and liver.

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Pet Dental Health Month Special

Everyone has heard about the importance of dental care for your pet’s overall health, so help us add quality to their life. As we celebrate Pet Dental Health Month, we are offering UP TO 30% OFF of CURRENT DENTAL PRICES.

Contact us today, to find out more and schedule your FREE dental screening exam.
(Not valid with any existing offers)

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How is pet dental disease diagnosed?

Pet dental disease is diagnosed by examining the teeth and supporting structures while the pet is under anesthesia. Some dental disease can be reversed such as gingivitis through dental cleaning and polishing. Loss of tooth attachment, or bone loss cannot.

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