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February - Pet Dental Health Month

Hooray! The month you've all been waiting for.

Wait ... what? Dental month, who carers?

Well, we do. Your pets health is our upmost concern and that means every bit of their health, even their teeth and gums. February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s the perfect time to revisit your daily dental routine with your best friend.

If you don't have a routine down, this is the perfect time to start now. Maintaining your dog’s dental hygiene isn’t simply important because it helps eliminate their stinky breath and unsightly plaque buildup (although reducing the noxious odors coming from your dog’s mouth is a benefit). The reality is that poor dental hygiene often leads to far worse consequences—the bacteria that builds up inside a dog’s oral cavity makes its way to the bloodstream and spreads infection to the kidneys, liver, brain, and heart.

Preventative measures such as daily teeth brushing and proper nutrition are integral in maintaining or to improve your dog’s dental well being. We and your kind veterinarians recommended that you have your dog’s teeth and gums examined once a year by your veterinarian. Frequent cleanings by your vet can help ensure that harmful bacteria and painful infection don’t spread throughout your dog’s body. By taking care of their teeth, you are protecting their long-term health and longevity.

In recognition of Pet Dental Health Month, for the entire month of February we are offering a free go home tooth brush with every teeth cleaning treatment in our spa.

Make sure to check out our Tule Yours Spa Upgrades as well. If February is the most perfect time to spoil your pets, then when is?

For more information on how you can support your dog’s dental hygiene, check out more here