Dental Health Promotion
Windy Hill Veterinary Hospital is offering $50.00 off of dental procedures done in February or March. The offer can be applied to all dental procedures scheduled in the month of February or March but cannot be used in addition to any existing discounts (Senior citizen, public service, etc).
Your pet’s dental health is important!
The most common dental disease in dogs and cats is periodontal disease, which develops early in life and gets worse as your pet matures if no preventative measures aren’t taken. By the age of 3, most pets will have some signs of periodontal disease. We can help!
$50 Off All Dental Procedures
$50 off all dental procedures scheduled in the month of February or March. Discounts can not be used in addition to any existing discounts (Senior citizen, public service, etc). To unlock this special, complete the form below and a member of our team will reach out to get your pet scheduled for the necessary appointments.
Claim your offer before it’s over!
We offer comprehensive pet dental care.
Did you know that your pet’s bad breath is actually not normal, and it could be a sign of gingivitis, or something worse? While we brush and floss our teeth daily to keep our mouths clean, our pets do not share that privilege. It is entirely up to us to maintain their health and keep an eye (or a nose) out for anything unusual in appearance or behavior. Unfortunately, many cats and dogs begin to develop gum disease when they are as young as 3. You can help your pet avoid this condition if you bring them to their veterinarian for routine dental cleanings.
Before scheduling a dental cleaning for your pet, we will conduct an examination and do any pre-anesthetic blood work needed. Prior to the cleaning, we will take digital X-rays of your pet’s mouth to evaluate the condition of their teeth and jawbone.
This helps us determine whether any teeth require extraction. For future reference, we recorded all observations in your pet’s medical chart. Our experienced team uses an ultrasonic scaler for teeth cleanings, and we apply fluoride after the cleaning to prevent tooth decay in the future.
Your pet’s mouth should be checked sooner if you observe any of the following problems:
- Bad breath
- Broken or loose teeth
- Extra teeth or retained baby teeth
- Teeth that are discolored or covered in tartar
- Abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping food from the mouth
- Bleeding from the mouth
- Swelling in areas surrounding the mouth
- Inflamed gums
Claim your offer below!
Please complete the form below and a member of our team will get back to you as quickly as possible to confirm your dental appointment.