February 2023’s Dental Health Promotion
February is National Dental Month for dogs and cats and we’ve created a promotion that’s sure to leave both you and your pet smiling to celebrate.
During the month of February, we’re offering $50 dollars off any grade of dental cleaning and any pet who receives a dental cleaning during National Dental Month will leave CAMC with a bonus swag bag stuffed full of dental related goodies for your pet!
Please note, our monthly promotions are only available for pets who have previously visited Companion Animal Medical Centre. This is our way of saying thank you for choosing CAMC for your pet’s medical care.
$50 Dollars Off Dental Cleanings and Free Swag Bag Special Offer
Happy Smiles For a Happy Life
February might be best known for Valentine’s Day, but we think National Dental Month is just as important because we love taking care of your pet’s dental health!
Dental disease is unfortunately one of the most common aliments in both dogs and cats, but with regular cleanings and tooth brushing, dental disease can be easily prevented. To celebrate National Dental Month and help prevent dental disease in dogs and cats, we’re offering $50 dollars off all dental cleanings regardless of grade.
And as an extra bonus, we’ll include a free swag bag full of dental related goodies with any dental cleaning! These swag bags are valued at $54.99.
Why Does My Pet Need Regular Dental Exams and Cleanings?
- Periodontal disease is incredibly common in both cats and dogs. It’s estimated that over 80% of dogs and 85% of cats have some form of dental disease by the time they reach 3 years of age.
- Many dental related issues display no outward symptoms in the beginning, but if left untreated, your pet may face dental pain, tooth decay, abscesses, or tooth loss. Regular exams and cleanings are our best tool in detecting issues early.
- Even if you brush your pet’s teeth regularly, bacteria and plaque can still lurk under the gum line and cause issues. Thorough cleanings can reach places regular brushing cannot.
- Without regular cleanings, tartar may harden and calcify on your pet’s teeth, leading to increased tooth decay. Calcified tartar requires dental scaling to be removed.