Starts at $159 and goes up depending on your dog’s temperament during the cleaning and the amount of plaque and tartar on your dog’s teeth
Periodontal disease can cause a multitude of problems all throughout the body. Keep your dog healthy with regular dental cleanings. Sedation can be dangerous, and there is no need to sedate your dog during cleaning if your dog can sit through a non anesthetic procedure. Our hygienists are trained to hold and calm your dog to help them through the process and are ultimately under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian. Why not try to have your dog’s teeth cleaned without anesthesia before submitting them to it’s risks? Call us today to set up an appointment for our next teeth cleaning day.