- Oral Disease is the most frequently diagnosed infectious disease in dogs and cats.
- By the time they reach 4 years of age, studies have shown that at least 85% of dogs and cats begin to exhibit signs of oral disease.
- If the symptoms of oral disease are left untreated it can lead very serious complications for your pet including but not limited to severe pain, bad breath and tooth loss.
- Chronic infections can spread to the major organs causing negative interference with organ function.
- Issues like these can be avoided with regular dental care at home. There are a variety of ways to address these issues and protect your pet’s overall health
Stages of Dental Disease
At Countryside Animal Hospital your pet’s overall health is our first priority. During the month of February we will be celebrating National Pet Dental Health Month by offering $50 off of our regular priced dental packages. These packages include
- Pre-surgical blood work
- Pain injection
- Antibiotic injection
- Dental cleaning, scaling and polishing
Packages do not include antibiotics to go home with or dental extractions. These prices vary and will be quoted on an individual basis.
All patients must be:
- An established patient with a current exam (last 6-12 months).
- Current on vaccines and heartworm prevention.