Power Ranch Animal HospitalVeterinarian in Queen Creek, Arizona
National Pet Dental Month may be coming to a close but our discounts on dental cleanings are extending. Call the hospital now to learn how you can save anywhere from $25 - $100 off your pet’s next dental cleaning with us.
Dental Fact #5: Periodontal (gum) Disease is preventable! Protect your pet by allowing our vets to perform a disease preventative teeth cleaning on your pet every 6-12 months, or at the first sign of tartar build up. Reduce the damage to their gums and tooth roots and you will be their favorite human furrrrever!
Dental Fact #4: It only takes 2-3 days for bacteria in a pet’s mouth to convert plaque to tartar. Brushing your pet’s teeth can be an effective way to reduce and remove plaque. Having your pet’s full dental workup done annually will also help them feel and look great.
Dental Fact #3: Did you know that 80% of dogs and 70% of cats over the age of three have periodontal disease? Help your pet beat the odds by scheduling a dental exam. Reminder- For the month of February, we are offering FREE dental exams to all patients.
Dental Fact #2: Although pets disguise pain well, there are a few signs to look for:
-Inflammation, redness or swelling of the gums
-Blood on chew toys...
-Receding gums or loose teeth
Preventative dental care is the best way to ensure your pet feels their best. If you notice these symptoms in your pet, call us right away.
Dental Fact #1: Caring for your pet’s pearly whites helps prevent more serious health problems. If left untreated, Periodontal (gum) Disease can cause painful tooth and bone loss, and bacteria from the disease can infect vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and heart.
February is National Pet Dental Month! Throughout the month, we will be sharing the top five reasons why we should take care of our pet’s teeth. Reason number 1 will be announced tomorrow.
Friends and Family. As we approach The Fourth of July and we are celebrating, PLEASE dont forget your pets in the heat, playing by the pool as you Barbeque or their safety during the fireworks. Keep them off the pavement , their little pads will burn. Pass this on. If you have pets afraid of the Fireworks please contact us if anything is needed to help them.
The Heat is coming!!! Which means were wanting to head north before summer really arrives in Central Arizona! Here is some useful information about outside environment hazards that we should be aware of all year round.
Have you done your Heartworm testing this year?
How about some flea and Tick prevention?
Call us for an appointment today! We want to help protect your furry family member!
Thank you all that came by to see us. You put a smile on our faces everytime we were able to take a moment with you here at the Spring Festival. Hope you had as much fun as we did and remember that we would love to see each and everyone of your fur kids in our Hospital! We want to help you keep them happy and healthy!