Your pet needs regular dental care just like you do. Cleaning your pet’s teeth on a regular basis can help maintain healthy teeth throughout the duration of his or her life. Not only does dental cleaning preserve your pet’s teeth but it can also lead to additional health benefits. Many of the bacteria that develop in your pet’s teeth can pass into the internal organs and lead to health problems. Non-Anesthetic dental cleaning can be a great way to prolong your pet’s life.
Before beginning the procedure your pet will receive an oral examination from our on-site veterinarian. After completing the exam the next step is remove all of the plaque above and below the gum line. When we are finished removing the buildup, we will polish the teeth using a fluoride-based pumice
Putting your pet under anesthesia just to clean his/her teeth is often unnecessary. Our expert technicians have over 15 years of experience and are able to perform the treatment without anesthesia. We offer a money back guarantee if we are unable to perform the treatment on your pet
How to Make an Appointment?
Clinics are available weekdays and weekends!! Cost is $160 for regular dental, $140 for a 6 month recheck, and $80 for a 3 month recheck. Appointments usually last 30-45 minutes. You are welcome to stay during the procedure or you may leave your dog for daycare at the half-day rate. (Please provide vaccination summary for daycare).
Please note: A $25 deposit is required to schedule an appointment. Deposit is refunded with 48 hour cancellation or if we cannot perform the dental cleaning.
Easy process...and teeth look great... Unknown on 26th May 2017
What I really liked, aside from the having my dog's teeth clean and breath sweet is the way I was told to please wait somewhere my dog could not see me as she would want me to save her. I liked the directness and honesty. Candace Podvoll on 7th May 2017
My dog, Nell, who is nine years old had her teeth cleaned for the first time. I didn't think she would let them do it but now she has pearly whites! Linda on 30th Apr 2017
The staff at K9Loft were terrific! The dental hygienist for my furry children was wonderful. Two of my three pets were NOT the best patients at all, but the hygienist forged ahead and safely cleaned their teeth. I am so grateful that he did. It saved them having to be sedated elsewhere, and their teeth were in dire need of cleaning. So, not only were my fuzzy kids taken care of all on the same day, I was able to save money. Their teeth look spectacular. I highly recommend the Echo Park location for K9Loft. (P.S. Only one thing: the air conditioning at this location needs to be set so it's cooler inside. Maybe it is cooler inside during the hot summer months. I don't know. Anyhow, in all other aspects, terrific place to have one's pets' teeth cleaned!!!) Lynn on 15th Apr 2017
I am flabbergasted with this dental service. I've never been to a dog dental cleaning service formmy dog since we rescued him from the freeway 6 years ago and I was shocked and mesmerized with the final outcome. I don't get surprised with anything anymore but this was HUGE! I am more than thrilled with the way Ronnie's teeth came out. They are whiter than my teeth and I brush everyday! I would recommend this service to anyone who wants incredible results for their dog. Ronnie's teeth are now clean of all stains and gunk and I am beyond happy! Angel M on 22nd Dec 2016
I totally recommend this service!! After 8yrs of no brushing or teeth cleaning my dog Bailey now has fresh breath & nice pearly whites again! Billy V. on 13th Nov 2016
I was so happy with the results, my dog's teeth were super clean! Unknown on 14th May 2016
Thanks for taking care of my baby #BrigitteBardog she is doing totally fine we haven't had any problem at all thank you guys and we are definitely coming back to you. Brigitte Bardog on 28th Dec 2015
Everything went well, they were honest about one of my dogs needing more work, I totally trusted them. Unknown on 23rd Aug 2015
They did an amazing job with my 14 year old dogs teeth. Highly recommended! Unknown on 26th Mar 2015