Do you love your pet…
until you smell his breath?
It’s National Pet Dental Health Month….
Give them more than a great smile.
- “Dog breath” – or a cat with a foul-smelling mouth – can be a sign of untreated dental conditions.
- 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of two have periodontal disease.
- Pets do experience pain, but most often do not exhibit it in overt ways to make pet owners aware.
- Routine cleanings with Animal Ark can help prevent periodontal disease and save money in the long run.
- We will even show you how to care for your pets teeth at home betwen dental cleanings.
Dental Cleaning Today!
Send us your information below and we will contact you to schedule your FREE Pet Dental Sreening.
Some restrictions apply. Offerc valid until Feb 28th, 2019. NOTE: If your pet it new to our animal hospital, we WILL REQUIRE a physical examination of your pet in order to receive your free pet detal screening
Healthy Teeth – No More Bad Breath
“My 14 year old Bichon mix dog was not blessed with great teeth. I knew it was only a matter of time before serious dental work would be needed. I brought him in to see Dr. Paula who worked dental magic on him, removing many of his teeth. After a few days recuperating, my old dog has the energy & swagger of a dog much younger. Added bonus, no more smelly dog breath! Thank you Dr. Paula!!!
-April B., Pet Owner, Franklin TN