The new year is an opportunity for a fresh start—not only for people, but for pets, too! Clinton Veterinary Hospital is here to help you with all your pet-centric resolutions, such as:
Better dental care. If your pet is over three, chances are he or she already has some signs of periodontal disease. It’s more than just bad breath: plaque and tartar move fast and can eventually cause inflamed gums, tooth loss, pain, and even serious illness. In addition to exams and cleanings, our vets are skilled with oral surgery and can give you tips on how to brush your pet’s teeth.
In honor of National Pet Dental Month, we’ll be offering free dental consults in January and 10% off all dental procedures in February!
Prevention that saves lives and money. Regular exams, wellness checks, vaccinations, and blood tests don’t just protect your pet’s health. They save you money in the long run. Here’s why: most pets instinctually hide symptoms of disease and illness. When you invest in routine care, you catch health issues early, before they become bigger and more costly problems to treat.
Weight loss tips. Pet obesity is on the rise and it’s no laughing matter. As is the case with humans, overweight pets are at higher risk of diabetes, arthritis, asthma and other health conditions. Your CVH veterinarian can assist you in weight management for your pet and answer any questions you have about activity and exercise.