Affordable & Effective Oral Hygiene Without Anaesthetic For Dogs
Ultrasound dog teeth cleaning is the most advanced dog teeth cleaning technology.
It is state-of-the-art oral hygiene technology that works much better than conventional
manual and electric toothbrushes. Our dog teeth cleaning removes tartar with Ultrasound
and destroys bacteria deep in the gums.
With our dog teeth cleaning service, you can achieve the most
effective oral hygiene for your dog whilst cleaning without movement, vibration
or noise makes it usable for all dogs with no need for anaesthetic avoiding any risks
that come with anaesthetic.
Our Ultrasound Dog Teeth Cleaning without anaesthetic removes stains, plaque and tartar,
freshens your dogs breath and kills bacteria with no harmful side effects.
Reliable tartar removal
Dogs will normally require around 1 to 5 sessions
2 sessions are the average for dogs with moderate teeth staining and tartar
Just £40 per session
From only £25 for maintenance sessions thereafter*
Help to avoid additional oral vet bills by regular tartar and plaque removal
*Maintenance sessions for Teeth Cleaning must be carried out
within 12 weeks of the previous appointment. Maintenance dog teeth cleaning sessions will only be available
when the whole mouth is deemed as fully clean. £25 if done at a dog groom appointment if teeth cleaning only appointment it would be £30.
Benefit 1: Reliable tartar removal
Amazing results with our Dog Teeth Cleaning Service –
Compare before and after treatment
Our Dog Teeth Cleaning Service removes tartar with Ultrasound and destroys bacteria deep in the gums.
Benefit 2: No anaesthetic required
Protect your dog from the side effects of anaesthetic.
Eliminate leg shaving to provide place to insert needle & IV.
Our Dog Teeth Cleaning Service keeps your dog’s teeth in great condition minimizing
the need of visiting your vet for dental procedures such as removing tartar
under the use of anaesthetic.
Benefit 3: Save compared to vet bill
The Toothbrush we use for dogs is a comparatively inexpensive long-time
Dog teeth cleaning using a vet is very expensive. Costs vary depending on the
condition of your dog and the vet you use.
Teeth cleaning at a vet can quickly go upto several hundred pounds.