If you don’t think your pet’s dental health is that important, consider these facts:
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS), 80% of dogs and 70% of cats will develop some form of oral disease by the age of three.
Not addressing your pet’s dental health could lead to more severe secondary diseases like heart or kidney disease.
You brush your teeth everyday, and it is an important part of maintaining dental health and hygiene. Unfortunately, many people forget that their canine and feline companions need dental care as well. Many people don’t even know that their dogs and cats can be affected by poor dental hygiene, even though they smell their pet’s bad breath and see that their tooth health is declining; but it is just as important to your pet’s overall health that they maintain healthy oral hygiene.
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Today Veterinary medicine is a corporate run businesses focusing on the bottom line. We at Bullard Marks have found this is not always in the best interest of the individual pet and/or client. Instead, we choose to continue providing compassionate, individualized, personal family-centered care for your pets.
At Bullard Marks our motto is: We are compassionate about your pets’ health; therefore, we strive to ensure your pet has a long, happy and healthy life.