February is National Pet Dental Health Month

posted: by: Anna Paulovich Tags: "Clinic Specials" "News" 

Were you aware that the number one pet health problem diagnosed in pets is oral disease?

For most of us, caring for our teeth and gums has been part of our daily routine for as long as we can remember.  Just like it is for you, oral health care is important for pets – regular, professional care from veterinarians and home care from pet owners to keep plaque removed. Daily brushing and feeding special pet foods, such as Hill’s® Prescription Diet® T/D®, can help.

Wyandotte Animal Hospital strives to continue to promote awareness of the importance of preventive dental care in maintaining your pet's overall health and we make it affordable to help you provide the best care for your pets.

Have you checked your pet’s mouth lately?

How long would you want to go without brushing your  teeth?

Compare your pet's teeth with the chart below and see if you can tell if your pet has dental disease.

Still not sure?

Just call us to schedule an appointment for a free dental consultation!