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Looking after your pet’s pearly whites is extremely important, which is why we’re launching a dental health awareness campaign to provide help, advice and treatment along with some great offers.

Dental disease among cats, dogs and rabbits is one of the most common problems we deal with at Spinney Vets and there are some simple steps all pet owners can take to improve their furry friend’s oral health.

To help you get started on the road to better dental care for your pet, we’re offering 20% off all dental treatment for Pet Health Club members and 10% off dental treatment for non-Pet Health Club members from now until 31st March 2019.

What problems can bad oral health cause?

Unfortunately, dental disease is extremely common in pets due to a combination of dietary and genetic factors.

Here are some of the issues a bad oral health regime can cause:

  • Without daily brushing, plaque can build up on animals’ teeth. This contains a complex film of bacteria which can be damaging to gums and roots
  • If plaque isn’t removed it can build up and become calcified. The brown substance which can be seen on teeth is tartar, which can allow more bacteria to grow if left untreated
  • Not treating plaque and tartar can eventually lead to toothache, gingivitis (gum infection) and tooth loss. All these conditions can be very painful and you may see your pet having difficulties eating
  • Seemingly harmless items which pets chew on, such as tennis balls, can wear teeth down and leave the root exposed

What action should I take?

  • Regular proactive dental care can help prevent oral health issues. Daily brushing with pet-friendly toothpaste will help reduce the build-up of plaque
  • Prescription dental diets can be used to help prevent plaque build-up and keep teeth clean
  • For cats and dogs where tartar is already present, a scale and polish under a general anaesthetic is needed to remove the build-up

Download our dental tips PDF leaflet

If you have any questions about your pet’s oral health, please get in touch with your local branch.

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*Dental offer terms and conditions
Terms and conditions apply. Dental offer valid on appointments taken before 31st March 2019. Any additional treatments required or advised will be payable according with standard prices. Offer must be quoted (SMILE19) at the time of booking. One offer per client/pet. No cash alternative available. Offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time.

OUR LOCATIONS

map for Spinney Lodge veterinary hospital

Veterinary Hospital
491 Kettering Rd
Northampton NN3 6QW

Opening Times:
Mon - Fri: 08.00 - 20.00
Sat: 08.00 - 18.00

Emergencies Only:
Mon - Fri: 20.00 - 22.00 (by appointment)
Sat: 18.00 - 20.00 (by appointment)
Sun and bank hols: 08.00 - 10.00 & 12.00 - 20:00
(by appointment)

Telephone: 01604 648221

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Telephone: 01604 648221

OUR LOCATIONS

map for Spinney Lodge veterinary hospital

Veterinary Hospital
491 Kettering Rd
Northampton NN3 6QW

Opening Times:
Mon - Fri: 08.00 - 20.00
Sat: 08.00 - 18.00

Emergencies Only:
Mon - Fri: 20.00 - 22.00 (by appointment)
Sat: 18.00 - 20.00 (by appointment)
Sun and bank hols: 08.00 - 10.00 & 12.00 - 20:00
(by appointment)

Telephone: 01604 648221

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Telephone: 01604 648221

map for Wotton Fields veterinary surgery

Veterinary Surgery
Tudor Court
Wootton Hope Drive
Wootton Fields
Northampton NN4 6FF

Opening Times:
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri
09.00 - 18.30
Wed: 09.00 - 20.00
Sat: 09.00 - 12.00 noon

Telephone: 01604 700366

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Telephone: 01604 648221

map for The Abbey Centre veterinary clinic

Veterinary Clinic
Overslade Close
East Hunsbury
Northampton NN4 0RZ

Opening Times:
Mon - Fri: 09.00 - 10.30

Mon, Wed & Fri
16.00 - 18.00

Telephone: 01604 760970

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Telephone: 01604 648221