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Pet Dental

 

    Do your dog's teeth look like this?

 

  Would you rather have them look like this?

Aaron Goulding of South Coast Pet Dentals and veterinarian Danielle Spade DVM travel to Under One Woof on the second Saturday of every month to provide anesthesia-free dental cleaning for all breeds of dogs and cats. Your pet will have sparkling clean teeth and better breath, too.

The procedure is safe, effective and in full compliance with the California Veterinary Medical Board requirement that pet dental cleaning is conducted under the supervision of a veterinarian.

 

Initial Cleaning ( Includes Exam)     $200.00 

 

Maintenance Cleaning 

 
 3 Month Maintenance    $105.00
 4 Month Maintenance   $140.00
5 Month Maintenance  $175.00
 6 - 11 Month Maintenance  $185.00
 12 months- 2 Year Mainteance   $250.00
 3 Year Plus Mainteance   $350.00
   

  

Full cleaning is $200. Follow-up maintenance is $105 each for quarterly cleanings. (Full price is charged for cleanings scheduled five or more months after the initial cleaning.) For more information, call Aaron at (858) 752-9778.

 

Upcoming Dental Dates for 2019

Saturday, August 10th

 Saturday, September 14th

Saturday, October 19th

Saturday, November 9th

 Saturday, December 14th

Book your appointments online at www.southcoastpetdentals.com

Follow the link to the website and click the 'Book Appointment' tab up at the top header. This will allow you to customize your appointment!

Please help us make dental appointments available for all the clients that need them by canceling any appointments you cannot keep no fewer than 24 hours in advance. Clients who fail to keep or cancel dental appointments will need to make a $50 deposit to book future dental appointments; the deposit will apply toward the fee for the dental service or will be refunded if the appointment is canceled no fewer than 24 hours in advance. We appreciate your cooperation.

Please note that older dogs and cats may not be good candidates for this service. The stress of the procedure can take a lot out of a senior pet. South Coast Pet Dentals cannot accept liability for senior pets or pets with previous health conditions.