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February Is National Dental Month
A note about dental health in our pets:
Most animals have some degree of dental disease by the time they are 5 years old. Research shows that animals live longer and healthier lives with dental care.
The hurdles for many is that dentals require anesthesia and are moderately expensive. Unfortunately we find that because of these concerns many of us wait until there is a problem in the mouth we can't ignore such as a infected tooth root.
What this means is we are doing more invasive, time consuming, and expensive procedures in older animals.
Our observation is that it would be safer, cheaper, and less stressful for our pets to do even several prophylactic dental as our animals are developing early dental disease then to do one involved "rescue" dental in our older and more fragile patients.
If you'd like to learn more about what a dental entails please see attached pdf:
As we face the rising risk of Covid-19 in our community we are making a few changes to keep everyone safe while doing our best to provide continued care for our four legged family members. We will continue to offer curb side care. Our outdoor exam room is getting a little chilly but we have monitors in service so that you can watch your pet's exam from the warmth of your car. We feel that communication is the cornerstone of good care and the Doctors and technicians will continue to talk directly with you at a safe distance with masks on or via phone.
We will be suspending wellness care for the next several weeks. As area clinics close because of staff testing positive it is important that we are poised to help each other out by covering for sick care. This will give us the best chance of being available when you need us and also work together as a veterinary community to cover for each other as clinics close due to Covid -19 exposure. We will continue to make efforts to keep animals current on rabies vaccine and will catch up on wellness care in the spring , when we are hopefully putting the pandemic behind us.
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we work together to keep our community safe while taking care of our sick four legged friends.
We have updated our website and have added guidelines for COVID-19.
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