How We Help

productsPrior to working on your pet, our staff will determine during the free consultation if your pet is a good candidate for our anesthetic-free teeth cleaning technique, healthy teeth and gums are a must to have this procedure done.

Since we are not Veterinarians, we do not perform “pocket cleaning” (cleaning underneath the gum tissue), or extractions.  To have these procedures done you must go to a Veterinary Clinic.

If your pet is a good candidate for our services, they will be safely and comfortably positioned in our laps while slowly being introduced to scaling. We then thoroughly remove all calculus and tarter build-up from all surfaces on the outside and inside of the teeth from the gum line down (top teeth) or the gum line up (bottom teeth). We then polish all surfaces of the teeth to make sure the enamel is smooth and free from any groves in the enamel that may have been left from the scaling. We finish by applying a conditioner and antibacterial spray to the gums to strengthen and heal the tissue.

Our staff have had training in animal behaviour and work with each pet to find the approach that works best for them.

At the end of the cleaning appointment, we will discuss how to maintain good oral health at home, including: how to brush, what products to use to keep the gums and teeth healthy, and how to use them. We offer and use natural products that are always available to purchase for at-home care.

PLEASE NOTE:  This technique is considered cosmetic and/or hygienic and not to be confused with a medical procedure.

Referral from your Vet may be necessary for certain cases; or, if you prefer, we can work with your vet to provide quality oral hygiene care for your pet.

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General Pricing Guidelines

Dogs ~ $100 – $400

Cats ~ $150 – $350

Good oral care can help your pet. Bones and pet treats alone won’t keep your dog’s or cat’s teeth clean; just like humans, most domesticated pets need professional scaling, flossing and polishing to keep their teeth and gums healthy. The horrible “bad doggy breath” is usually the result of gas given off by bacteria that live in your pets mouth!  This build-up is smelly stuff.  The more bacteria your dog or cat has in its mouth, the more severe the odour. Good oral care can help to significantly reduce or eliminate this smell. Challenging as it may seem, brushing your dog or cat’s teeth is one way to help them maintain good oral health for life.

At K9 Oral Hygiene we show you how! We also carry a variety of products to ensure the best oral health for your pet, allowing you to keep their teeth and gums as healthy as possible between cleaning visits.

Hosting Partnership Program

We are currently looking for new locations around B.C. and Alberta to host our teeth cleaning days.  This is a wonderful service to offer to your clients, helping keep their pet’s teeth clean and in doing so bringing new clientele to your door step and boosting annual revenue.

Let us help you expand your business and keep your clients happy.
Contact Us today to learn more!