Dental Health

Does your pet have bad breath?
Has your pet lost interest in eating or had a change in eating habits?
Does your pet paw at their face and mouth?
Does your pet seem depressed?

These symptoms could signify a serious health risk with potential damage to teeth, gums and internal organs such as the heart, liver and kidney conditions, which could be life threatening. How would your teeth look if you did not brush every day?

Daily Brushing of your pets teeth is very important to the health of your pet and can save you a lot of money! Approximately 80% of pets show signs of oral health disease by age 3. Please do not skimp on the importance of dental health care for your pet. Oral health is essential to maintaining the overall health and well-being of your pet.

 
 

Lakeshore Animal Clinic - Veterinarian, Boarding & Grooming - Lake Dallas, TX

Lakeshore Animal Clinic – Boarding & Grooming
LakeshoreVet@gmail.com
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#940-497-PETS (7387)

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5004 S. Stemmons Freeway / P.O. Box 1316
Lake Dallas, Texas 75065

Management Services Provided By Lakeshore Animal Clinic, Inc.

 

Happy to serve the Lake Cities, Texas area
including Lake Dallas, Hickory Creek, Corinth,
Shady Shores, Denton, Lewisville and
anyone else that wants to make the drive!

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