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Posted on 02-05-2013

Does Your dog have extremely bad breath?

Bad breath is a sign that your dog suffers from dental disease. Some other common signs of dental disease are reluctance to chew, rubbing the face with a paw, decreased appetite,drooling, teeth that chatter, and many more. Bacteria from dental disease can spread via the bloodstream and cause additional health problems.

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            BEFORE                                   AFTER

The month of February is National Dental Health Month. Call today to book a free dental consultation for your pet and find out if he/she is in need of professional dental care.

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