This August we’re offering 15% off

your dog, cat or horse’s dental with us!


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From Now Until August 31st, 2019:

Get 15% OFF OF ALL DOG & CAT DENTALS including:

  • 15% off of any recommended pre-anesthetic bloodwork (in-house only)

  • 15% off of the full mouth dental radiographs & dental clean, scale and polish bundle

  • 15% off of any necessary dental extractions

  • FREE bag of Hill’s T/D dog or cat food

  • FREE C.E.T. toothbrush

We are offering FREE pre-dental exams for new and current patients this month!

  • This is a 15-minute appointment with one of our Registered Veterinary Technologists where they will examine your pet briefly and have a look in their mouth. After they will prepare an estimate for your pet. If you have any other concerns that just his/her dental health a regular 30-minute appointment must be booked with a veterinarian.

15% OFF OF ALL HORSE DENTALS including:

  • 15% off of any recommended pre-screening bloodwork (in-house only)

  • 15% off of tranqulizer

  • 15% off of dental float

  • 15% off of any necessary dental radiographs

also, save 10% OFF OF ALL DOG & CAT DENTAL PRODUCTS including:                             

o   Vetradent Water Additive for Dogs/Cats

  • Works to control tartar by working against bacteria and altering the environment in your pet’s mouth. Simply add the measured amount to your pet’s drinking water.

o   C.E.T. Pet Toothbrush for Dogs/Cats

  • Plaque begins to accumulate only 12 hours after a dental cleaning or brushing, therefore it is no surprise that our pet’s will benefit from having their teeth brushed regularly.

o   Infant Finger Toothbrush (can be used on dogs/cats)

  • Tooth brushing is the ‘gold standard’ method of keeping your pet’s teeth clean. Finger toothbrushes can be a great way to start. It’s best to start when your pet is young.

o   C.E.T. Poultry Pet Toothpaste for Dogs/Cats

  • Formulated specifically for our pets to inhibit the formulation of plaque, they contain no foaming agents and are safe to be swallowed (unlike human toothpaste). Flavoured to make brushing easier.

o   C.E.T. Vanilla Mint Pet Toothpaste for Dogs/Cats

  • Formulated specifically for our pets to inhibit the formulation of plaque, they contain no foaming agents and are safe to be swallowed (unlike human toothpaste). Flavoured to make brushing easier.

o   DentaChlor Rinse

  • A rinse to control the quantity of bacteria present in your pet’s mouth. Can be used for teeth brushing or on its own.

o   Hill’s T/D Canine Regular Food

  • Specially formulated to support your dog’s dental health. Clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain and tartar build-up. Unique kibble shape and size with a special fiber matrix technology.

o   Hill’s T/D Canine Small Bites Food

  • Specially formulated to support your dog’s dental health. Clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain and tartar build-up. Unique kibble shape and size with a special fiber matrix technology.

o   Hill’s T/D Feline Food

  • Specially formulated to support your cat’s dental health. Clinically proven to reduce plaque, stain and tartar build-up. Unique kibble shape and size with a special fiber matrix technology.

o   Tartar Shield Cat Treats

  • These treats are clinically proven to help clean teeth, freshen breath, reduce bacteria and prevent plaque and tartar build-up by more than 40%. The malic-acid is a flavour enhancer and makes these treats yummy for your cat.

o   Tartar Shield Soft Rawhide Small

  • These treats are clinically proven to clean teeth, freshen breath, reduce bacteria and prevent plaque and tartar build-up by more than 50%. The rawhide surface is easy to chew and are gentle on your dog’s gums.

o   Tartar Shield Soft Rawhide Large

  • These treats are clinically proven to clean teeth, freshen breath, reduce bacteria and prevent plaque and tartar build-up by more than 50%. The rawhide surface is easy to chew and are gentle on your dog’s gums.

o   Tartar Shield Soft Rawhide X-Large

  • These treats are clinically proven to clean teeth, freshen breath, reduce bacteria and prevent plaque and tartar build-up by more than 50%. The rawhide surface is easy to chew and are gentle on your dog’s gums.

o   Feline Greenies Dental Treats – Savory Salmon Flavor

  • These treats offer complete nutrition and help your cat maintain good dental care. They have a unique shape and crunchy texture that’s proven to reduce tartar. Plus, with an irresistible taste, they are sure to stir up purrs of joy. Only 1.39 kcal per treat!

o   Feline Greenies Dental Treats – Oven Roasted Chicken Flavor

  • These treats offer complete nutrition and help your cat maintain good dental care. They have a unique shape and crunchy texture that’s proven to reduce tartar. Plus, with an irresistible taste, they are sure to stir up purrs of joy. Only 1.39 kcal per treat!

o   Clenz-A -Dent Dental Sticks

  • Unique texture and shape encourage longer chew times and provide powerful scrubbing action. 100% plant-based ingredients. Low in salt and fat.

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Why do pets need dental care?

Just like people, pets accumulate plaque and tartar on their teeth as they age. Sadly, we can’t ask them to brush their teeth and floss on their own but there are many ways for us to help them. Some of this dental care can be done at home; this includes brushing their teeth, feeding a specially-designed dental food, using drinking water additives and giving dental treats and chews that help promote the reduction of both oral bacteria as well as plaque. Plaque is the precursor of tartar. Once tartar forms, it becomes persistently adhered to the tooth and at this stage a dental cleaning under anesthetic is required to fully clean the teeth. 

If a dental cleaning under anesthetic is not performed, periodontal disease advances as tartar builds up on the teeth and under the gumline. This can lead to destruction of the bone around the tooth roots leading to mobile, painful teeth that become infected. Dogs and cats with advanced periodontal disease often require oral surgery to extract many teeth. If the teeth aren’t extracted the pet’s body and immune system are forced to fight a chronic battle every minute of the day against the invading organisms that flourish around the diseased teeth and gums. Oral infections are sources of bacteria and inflammation that may result in infection and damage to other organs. Chronic periodontal disease has a known association with diabetes, and diseases of the kidneys, liver, lungs and cardiovascular system in both humans and animals.

Why is anesthesia required?

Imagine our pets’ teeth as icebergs: what you can see is only a fraction the oral health of your pet. While your pet is under anesthesia, we are able to fully examine their mouth for any oral masses, ulcers, and most importantly to evaluate what is happening below the gum line with each and every tooth. A periodontal probe is used to assess each tooth to ensure that the gum is adhered to the tooth, there are no periodontal pockets or dental fractures or mobility. Though some pets can be extremely tolerant of the many things we ask of them, this is a very in-depth and thorough exam. It is uncomfortable due to the presence of dental disease, and often unnerving with the sounds and smells of the dental equipment. For these reasons, it greatly benefits them to be anesthetized during the examination and prophylactic (preventative) dental cleaning, so that we can properly help them.

*Cannot be combined with any other offer/discount


Call us at 204-275-2038 or email us at centralvetservices@gmail.com to book your pet’s appointment for his/her pre-dental or dental procedure!