Friday, June 10, 2016

Don't Put Off Important Pet Procedures - $30 Off

Thank you for 30 Years, $30 Off Any Surgery Procedure

-Plus a bonus if you like us on Facebook

Spay, neuter, dental cleaning and other elective surgeries are often put off.  Schedule that procedure you have been putting off and take $30 Off (through July 8).  Every pet surgery at All Creatures includes fluid and oxygen support and a technician dedicated to monitor vital signs.  We take these steps because all surgery (even minor surgery) has risks and we want keep your pet as safe as possible.
The Importance of Dental Health
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, about 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of dental disease by their 3rd birthday.
Plaque, tartar and bacteria in the mouth may lead to periodontal disease, which can spread through the bloodstream to the heart, liver and kidneys, and shorten your pet's life.
Since gum disease increases the risk for other, more serious health conditions, daily home care in conjunction with annual veterinary dental exams and cleanings are essential. In fact, studies indicate that daily home brushing and regular dental care may add as much as five years to your pet's life!  Your pet's overall wellness depends on good oral health.
Don't Put Off Spay or Neuter Surgery
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, five out of 10 dogs and seven out of 10 cats in shelters go un-adopted and are eventually destroyed.
In most cases these dogs are not born on the street. Actually, one in four of these dogs are purebred and many are the offspring of cherished family pets.
Spaying and neutering is safe and the only permanent, 100% effective birth control for dogs and cats. In addition to helping control pet over-population, spaying or neutering your pet helps prevent uterine, ovarian and testicular cancers. It also reduces the risk of other health problems and prolongs the life of your beloved pet. Hormone-driven diseases as well as behavioral issues can be eliminated after the simple sterilization procedure.
If your pet is intact, schedule a spay or neuter appointment with us today.  Please mention this email when you call.  Plus, like us on Facebook and we will include a free microchip with your pet surgery (if you are already a Facebook fan just check in).
To Call Us: 972-307-7400