Bacteria from your pet’s inflamed oral areas enter their bloodstream and affect major body organs. The liver, kidneys, heart, and lungs are most commonly affected. If your dog or cat has bad breath and tartar on his/her teeth it’s time to get a professional cleaning. Please call us for an appointment.Here are our last patients of this week: Gasby, king charles cavalier; Linus, vizla; Tece, jack russell; Remy, chihuahua; Bruno, Pomeranian ; Buster and Billy, 2 beaggles; Leelah, Bernese mountain dog and Phoenix, mix breed.
- First non anesthetic dental cleaning for Samantha, 3 years old poodle rescued from Mexico. She seems extremely stressed on our table ;)
- Our latest patients:
- Yorkshire terrier dental cleaning day
- Some of our latest non anesthetic dental cleaning patients:
- Our last weekly patients:#havanese #maltese#maltipoo#cavalierkingcharles#schnauzer#yorkshireterrier#pug
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