Teeth cleaning for dogs by Karen Jones a veterinary technician

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For a good non biased read, especially if your a Dachshund owner, check out an article by Jessica Rhae

written January 26th, 2016 called ..

Cleaning Your Dogs teeth anesthesia- free

teeth cleaning is not evil....


February 22nd, 2019

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Question by Racheal with Boomer

Are you associated with a veterinary hospital


My service is not to be confused with procedures administered at the veterinary hospital, I am not a Veterinarian.

I am a Veterinary Technician with 20 years experience with dogs. My cosmetic teeth cleaning service is just professional with gentle, calm handling techniques, while your pet is awake

We encourage regular dental checks with your veterinarian.

Question by Ellen with Gizmo

 How are you able to keep the dog still for this service, especially since the dog is not given sedatives or anesthesia

Answer to Ellen with Gizmo

I provide a quiet, calm, gentle setting,  small dogs may be swaddled in a soft towel or blanket and laid in my lap or on their side, large dogs are placed in a sitting position close to me, with little restraint so your dog feels unthreatened.  Once again only using experience and  TLC!

Question by Blake and Andy

 What is it you do.

Answer to Blake and Andy

I cosmetically clean dog teeth , I use sharp, clean, sterile hand instruments, only intended for your dogs cleaning, any health or behaviour concerns will be recognized and handled professionally with any information that I need to know prior to starting a cleaning.  Oh yes, be assured ... rest periods are given to ensure your pet is not stressed the average session is 30 to 60 minutes, with tummy rubs and kisses in between!

If there is an underlying health concern, your pet should be seen by the veterinarian prior to a cleaning.