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Keeping your pet's teeth and gums in good shape hasSmiling dog many more benefits than just fresh breath. Regular cleanings and a few minutes of brushing each week can help give your pet a longer, healthier life.

Most dogs and cats develop dental disease by 3 years of age. The faster dental disease is treated, the easier it is to manage.

Warning signs to look for in your pet:

   ·   Bad breath

   ·   Bleeding, inflamed, or receding gums

   ·   Loose or missing teeth

   ·   Pawing at the mouth or face

   ·   Difficulty chewing

PREVENTION is KEY!

Ways to keep your pet's teeth healthy:

   ·   Bring your pet in for regular check-ups and dentals

   ·   Brush your pet's teeth at least a few times a week - we'll show you how  

   ·   Choose a pet food formulated to reduce tartar and

       plaque - ask us for recommendations

   ·   Use plaque-reducing treats like CET Chews