Does your pet have “bad breath”? By the age of 3 years, 70–80% of pets (dogs and cats) have some degree of dental disease with halitosis (bad breath) being one of the most commonly noticed signs.
Dental Disease can lead to sensitive bleeding gums, loss of teeth, and difficulty eating. Additionally, infection can spread from the oral cavity to the heart, kidneys, liver, and other organs.
But it’s not too late to take action. With proper preventative care and periodic dental prophylaxis a pet’s life can be extended an estimated 3–5 years. So why not schedule your pet for a dental exam today?