February is National Pet Dental Health Month

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Have you noticed that your dog or cat has foul breath? That odor may indicate a health problem that could eventually affect their internal organs and long-term health. Periodontal disease is one of the most common conditions affecting pets today. The results of the disease are preventable by having your pet’s teeth cleaned on a periodical basis.

While under anesthesia, your pet will receive a thorough exam and cleaning which involves removing all tartar and scale, as well as extracting any infected teeth.

Click here to take the American Veterinary Medical Associations quiz to see how much you know about your pet’s dental health. If you are interested in having your pet’s teeth cleaned, contact our office at 352-735-6047 to schedule an appointment.


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