The condition of your pet’s teeth and gums directly affects your pet’s health in a major way! If your pet is over three, chances are he or she has some symptoms of periodontal (dental disease). Left untreated, it can result in gum infections, tooth loss, pain, and difficulty eating. Eventually bacteria can make its way through the bloodstream to other internal organs, and it’s believed that as much as 80% of heart, kidney, and liver disease in pets begins with periodontal disease.
Payment is required at the time of service. However, we do accept, and highly recommend, Care Credit to all our clients! Care Credit is a healthcare credit card that can be used as soon as you are approved. If charges exceed $200, then your account can be paid off within 6 months with no interest. Click here for more information or to apply.
We recommend spaying or neutering your pets at 5 months of age. Spaying before the first heat cycle drastically reduces the risk of mammary and ovarian cancers. Neutering males eliminates unwanted behavior associated with secondary sex characteristics (marking, roaming, aggression, etc.) and eliminates the possibility of testicular and prostate tumors.
No, we do not.
No, this is not available at this time.