Sadly, dogs and cats hide dental pain really well, so you mightn't even realise your pet is suffering. Putting off dental work is more expensive and painful for your pet in the long run.
Book a FREE pet dental health assessment
Our pets trust us to look after them, so watch out for these signs indicating poor oral health in dogs and cats:
- Smelly breath
- Inflamed or bleeding gums
- Facial swelling
- Discoloured teeth
- Loose or broken teeth
Book a FREE pet dental health assessment today
Booked before 31 August
Keep a watchful eye on your pet's appetite. If they're off their dry or hard food, it could point to a dental problem that's stopping your pet from eating normally.
A dedicated dental diet can help pets to maintain healthier teeth through the cleaning action of these specially designed diets.
Join our Best for Pet Wellness Program and instantly save $250 on any dental procedure.
Plus, members save $20 OFF Hill's Prescription Diet Dental Food before 31st August. *For participating clinics only
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