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Dental Health Awareness Months!

We are well into our Dental Health Focus months! What does this mean for your family? All sorts of opportunities for dental health education and FREE STUFF!

Our focus will be on promoting oral care and prevention of dental disease. Here are a few of the exciting things happening for you and your pet during our Dental Health Focus:

  • Free Dental Exams!  Call today and book a no charge dental exam with one of our technicians. They will check your furry friend’s teeth, recommend a dental program that suits your pet’s needs, give you a demonstration on brushing (you get to keep the toothbrush!) and if necessary discuss getting your pet’s teeth cleaned. Hurry and book your pet’s appointment today!
  • Enter to win! Every pet that has a dental exam performed during the season will be entered to win a $100 credit on their account!  Additionally, every pet that has a dental cleaning will be entered to win a $250 credit. That means two chances to win big! These credits can be spent on any product or service at the hospital.
  • Free Dental Seminar!   It is important to us that you have all of the most current information on dental care so that you can make the best choices for your pet’s care. Please join us at our Dental Awareness seminar on Wednesday, March 4th at 7pm for a presentation on oral care, as well as demonstrations by Dr. Maegan Melillo. Light refreshments and complimentary dental take home bags will be offered. Give us a call to RSVP today!

According to the Veterinary Dental Society, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have periodontal disease by the age of three! Alarming statistics? Yes! Want a happy one? Here it is: Proper dental care could increase pet’s life by two to five years!

Please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions or to schedule your free dental exam. We would love to hear from you!

The Doctors and Team at Clappison Animal Hospital

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