Monday, October 9, 2017

Client Appreciation: Pet Portrait Day and 10%Off Dental Procedures

Client Appreciation Month; Free Pet Portrait and 10% Off Pet Dental Procedures

October is Client Appreciation Month at All Creatures.   To show how much we appreciate that you share your pets with us, we have two special events for you this month.

1)Join Us: Pet Portrait Day!

Complimentary Digital Photo of Pet and you by professional photographer in a cool, pet friendly mobile studio.

On Saturday, October 21, we will have a wonderful photographer from the PetClix group on site to take photographs of  you and your pet or your family and your pet in their amazing portable studio.
PetClix have been with us a couple times before and the resulting photos always get rave reviews.  Plus this time, you get a photo for free.  Reserve your time & receive one complimentary professional digital pet or family portrait.   There is a fee if you want the photos professionally printed and delivered or if you want multiple poses but absolutely no purchase is required to receive your complimentary digital portrait.   A $10 sitting fee is required to make your reservation, but even that fee will be returned to you when you show up for reserved time.  Only 30 appointments are available between 10am and 1pm on October 21st, so call 972-307-7400 to reserve your time as soon as possible.


Pet Portrait Day, Saturday, Oct. 21; 10am to 1pm.
1 complimentary professional digital pet portrait; only 30 appointments
$10 Sitting fee to reserve your time, and fee is returned to you when you keep your appointment.

2) Client Appreciation Month: 10% off Pet Dental Cleaning Procedures

Although cavities are less common in pets than in people, pets can have many of the same dental problems that people can develop:
  • broken teeth and roots
  • periodontal disease
  • abscesses or infected teeth
  • cysts or tumors in the mouth
  • malocclusion, or misalignment of the teeth and bite
Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in dogs and cats – by the time your pet is 3 years old, he or she will very likely have some early evidence of periodontal disease, which will worsen as your pet grows older if effective preventive measures aren’t taken. Early detection and treatment are critical, so if you do not know the condition of your pet’s teeth, we are happy to exam them for you at no charge.   If your pet does need to have its teeth cleaned, we will take 10% Off those procedures booked during October.
You can see more about our dental procedures watching this video:   (go to minute 1:50 to see the actual cleaning of a pets teeth).
Call us at 972-307-7400 or email us here to make an appointment or ask a question.