At Cypress St. Animal Hospital, we believe that taking preventive measures is the best way to ensure the health and happiness of your pet. It might take some extra work, but it’s still a better choice than having to treat the medical issues only when they arise. It’s never a pleasurable experience for your pet, so it might be a good idea to try out some of the preventive products we have for sale. We can recommend the precise products necessary to maintain the health of your pet, so we can all decide which ones you should use after any regular check-up.

Heartworm & Flea Prevention Products

While fleas are very annoying, heartworm is even worse, as its presence in your pet’s body can even be fatal. Luckily, preventive products are available to take care of both of these problems at once. In addition to the extra relief your pet receives by not having to endure the itchiness and discomfort, you can be sure that they won’t catch a heartworm from a mosquito bite (which is very common even in house pets), preventing a wide range of serious diseases in the future.

Pet Dental Prevention Products

Dental care is very important for both dogs and cats, as it prevents cavities, gum diseases, and bad breath, the first two of which can cause great pain for your pet. Our range of pet oral hygiene products includes all kinds of toothbrushes, toothpastes, sprays, treats, and other types of items necessary to ensure perfect oral health. Even better, most of our merchandise comes in flavors that your pets are definitely going to love, including beef, chicken, and malt.

Joint & Bone Health Products

Healthy joints and bones are essential for any pet, as they love playing and running around as much as you do, and difficulty in moving can cause low morale and anxiety in addition to pain. To ensure the flexibility and easiness of movement for your pet, there are a selection of special food supplements which contain all the necessary elements to maintain healthy joints and bones. The minerals your pet is getting with their food might not be enough for that, but a consultation by a professional veterinarian might be necessary to determine what kinds of supplements are needed in any particular case.

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