Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Bad breath. Persistent bad breath that is worse than usual may be a sign of a bigger issue.
Swollen or bleeding gums.
Discolored teeth and excessive drooling.
Behavior. Your dog may struggle with eating because of pain, which may cause him to be more lethargic or grumpier than normal.
If you notice any of these signs of poor dental health, contact us to schedule your pup's next dental visit. Taking preventive action can help your dog avoid future health problems.
And don't forget: we're offering complimentary dental exams and 20% off the dental cleaning through February 2015!
(excludes: prescriptions, lab work, x-rays, extractions, etc.)