Non-Anesthesia Dental Cleaning for Dogs & Cats

Preventative Dental Care at 1/3 of the Cost

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Did you know that 80% of dogs have periodontal disease by age 3?

K-9 Smiles is an innovative and stress-free teeth cleaning service tailored exclusively for our furry friends. We understand the importance of maintaining optimal dental health for dogs and cats without the need for anesthesia. Our service is designed to provide a gentle and effective solution, ensuring a sparkling smile for every canine companion. 
We have clinic locations from Ft. Collins down through the Denver metro area and continuing beyond to Colorado Springs. Our clinics run every day of the week with experienced technicians and veterinarians on-site.

Stop periodontal disease in its tracks for $290

Benefits of Non-Anesthesia Teeth Cleaning

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Safe

K-9 Smiles employs a specialized technique that eliminates the need for anesthesia during the teeth cleaning process. This not only minimizes stress for the pet but also offers a safer alternative for pet owners who are concerned about the potential risks associated with anesthesia. 
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Affordable

Our low cost pet dental cleaning helps you save on high priced vet dental bills from invasive procedures. Our flat rate fee of $290 is all-inclusive, so you know ahead of time exactly how much your pet’s dental cleaning will cost. 
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Professional Care

Our team consists of board certified veterinarians and experienced canine dental hygienists who are dedicated to ensuring the highest standards of care. With a deep understanding of canine dental anatomy, our experts provide thorough and comfortable teeth cleaning services tailored to each dog’s unique needs. 
What our customers are saying

Dental Cleaning Testimonials

"This was the third time I’ve taken my dog in for the cleaning. I was very satisfied with the service and cost. As a retiree, this was a great value for my budget."
Chewy
"For Dexter’s first dental cleaning, it was a wonderfully smooth process. He has no side effects or any pain that we can tell. His teeth look great!"
Linus
"Everyone takes such good care and is so compassionate towards my Molly girl. Thank you so much K-9 Smiles!"
Milo

Colorado's Best Pet Dental

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Why is Periodontal Disease Important?

Periodontal disease is dangerous for pets, and in some cases is known to take up to two years or more off of a pet’s life, if left untreated. It only takes several weeks for plaque to start building up on your dog’s teeth.

 

If left unchecked, periodontal disease will grow rapidly. A study of 52 miniature schnauzers showed that 98% of the dogs had developed some level of periodontitis within 30 weeks of stopping toothbrushing.

Can I stay during the cleaning?

Usually this procedure will only take 30-45 minutes and we discourage owners from being in the room. If we immediately find problems that need your veterinarian’s attention, for example teeth that need to be extracted, we will refer you back to your Vet to have a dental under anesthesia.

 

During the dental, if we find any additional problems, we will put the information on your report card so you can discuss any further action with your own veterinarian.

What is the cost of a dental cleaning?

We charge a flat rate, all-inclusive fee of $290 for a dental cleaning for a dog or cat, so you know exactly what to expect at the time of your appointment. The appointment in 45 minutes in length regardless of the size of the animal. 

Can you use this method on older pets?

Yes, non-anesthetic dental cleanings can be done on older pets and pets with chronic kidney, or liver disease who might not be a good candidate for a dental cleaning under anesthesia. 

Can our technicians perform a cleaning on every dog?

While we can clean the vast majority of dogs and cats there are some for whom it is not appropriate. Examples would be pets with severe gingivitis, caries, fractured teeth, abscesses, stomatitis, tumors, etc.

 

Whenever our technicians discover loose or any other condition that needs your veterinarian’s intervention, they will write the information down for you so you can bring it to your veterinarian’s attention. Call our office for more information!

Dog Dental Clinic Cities in Colorado

Arvada | Aspen Park | Aurora | Berthoud | Boulder | Bow Mar | Brighton | Broomfield | Cascade | Castle Pines | Castle Rock | Centennial | Cimarron Hills | Coal Creek | Colorado Springs | Columbine | Commerce City | Conifer | Cottonwood | Dacono | Denver | Edgewater | Englewood | Erie | Evans | Evergreen | Federal Heights | Firestone | Fort Collins | Fort Lupton | Fountain | Franktown | Frederick | Glendale | Gleneagle | Golden | Greeley | Greenwood Village | Gunbarrel | Henderson | Highlands Ranch | Indian Hills | Johnstown | Ken Caryl | Lafayette | Lakewood | Laporte | Larkspur | Leyden | Littleton | Lochbuie | Lone Tree | Longmont | Louisville | Loveland | Lyons | Manitou Springs | Mead | Monument | Morrison | Niwot | Northglenn | Palmer Lake | Parker | Puritan Rock Creek Park | Roxborough Park | Sedalia | Sheridan | Superior | Thornton | Timnath | Welby | Wellington | Westminster | Wheat Ridge | Windsor | Woodland Park
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