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February SPA Discount: Improve Your Pet’s Health and Appearance with Dental Cleaning

By Megan Gabel

Does your pet have bad breath? This is only one sign of dental disease. Our SPA cats and dogs (like Sonny and Seamus) and yours would benefit from a thorough teeth-cleaning! Not only is dental care vitally important to teeth and gums, but it is equally important to your pet’s overall health and contributes to longevity. Periodontal disease is an inflammation of a tooth’s deep supporting structures and causes the build-up of plaque on the teeth. It is the most common ailment affecting cats and dogs, but is entirely preventable. According to the American Veterinary Dental College, periodontal disease can not only cause problems in the mouth and teeth, but it may also “be associated with damage to internal organs in some patients as they age.”

Your pet can’t tell you about teeth pain and will instinctively hide illness or weakness. It is up to you to be vigilant. Here are the signs you need to look for that indicate oral or dental disease:

1. Bad breath

2. Loose teeth

3. Discolored teeth, yellowed from tartar

4. Chewing from only one side

5. Drooling or pawing at the mouth

6. Avoiding your contact with their face

7. Loss of appetite or weight

Periodontal disease is often not treated until it is too late and has already done extensive damage. Protect your beloved pet by getting a professional teeth cleaning, the purpose of which is to remove plaque and tarter. The SPA has an ultrasonic scaler and polisher. For the entire month of February, our normal price of 900 pesos has been reduced by 20% to 720 pesos (includes proper anesthetic, professional cleaning, and antibiotic) so now is the time to act. Improve your pet’s dental health, quality of life, and overall well-being by making a dental cleaning appointment today at 152 6124, Los Pinos 7.

Have you signed up for our new foster program yet? Fostering is ideal for people who love animals, want to help them with time and love, and would like to contribute to the improvement of the community. It is a short-term commitment, so even if you are not a full-time resident, you can get your cat or dog “fix” while helping to save the lives of animals. We also have a weekend foster program for current dogs. For more information about this program and our regular foster program, please see our website at or contact



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