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Anesthesia-Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs on Oahu

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Dental care is as important for dogs as it is for people, but many dogs aren’t medically suited to anesthesia. This January, K-9 Dental Services will offer anesthesia-free teeth cleaning for dogs at two Oahu locations – Kaneohe and Waianae.

On Tuesday, January 4, 2011, Scott Blanchard from K-9 Dental Services and veterinarian Dr. Pei, will be in Kaneohe at 44-139 Bay View Haven Place from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

On Thursday, January 6, Blanchard and Pei will be at Tradewinds Pet Suites in Waianae, 86-626 Puuhulu Road, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Cost is $150 per dog, which includes a veterinarian wellness exam of each dog’s teeth, gums, heart and basic well-being, as well as teeth cleaning. A portion of the proceeds from both days will benefit Fido Service Dogs, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to breeding, raising and training assistance dogs for individuals with disabilities other than blindness – including our wounded warriors with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – achieve Independence.

Appointments take approximately 30 minutes and reservations in advance are required. To make an appointment, please e-mail Judy Suan at da_sfamily@yahoo.com.

For more information on K-9 Dental Services, please visit www.k9dentalservice.com. For driving directions to Tradewinds Pet Suites, please visit www.tradewindspets.com and click on the “Directions/Map” tab. Please do not use GPS, Google or other online directions as they include directions using streets that are unmarked. The directions on our web page are the easiest to use.

2 Responses to "Anesthesia-Free Teeth Cleaning for Dogs on Oahu"
  1. Sandy says:

    I’m so sorry, but this is not something that we provide. We had an article about it a year or so ago on our website, when a clinician was on the island and offering it. However, I’m not aware of anyone who does it here on a regular basis. . .

  2. Hi I am interested in getting my dogs teeth cleaned and extracting a sore, loose tooth. Is that beyond the scope of what you folks do>? Thanks Jennifer

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