Looking for affordable dog dental care in your area? You’ve come to the right place.
Gum infections, broken teeth and exposed roots can all cause pain for your dog, and cause additional blood-borne illnesses. Your dog should get a dental cleaning annually.
Affordable Dog Teeth Cleaning / Dental
When my dog Doug broke off his canine teeth and cracked 2 molars trying to bite his way out of a heavy duty kennel, my vet quoted me $750. Pet Care Express handled it for under $250. It pays to shop around! They are my personal recommendation for doggie teeth cleaning, and are a family-owned business.
|Cy-Fair Animal Hospital||Price for cleaning varies by pet and severity of dental plaque. Special in February $189 for all dentals.||77429|
|Lighthouse Veterinary Clinic||$315 dental cleaning||77479|
|Pet Care Express||$150 dental cleaning plus $9 office visit fee. Sedation and pain medications may be additional. Extractions add $50. (This is where I take my dogs!)||77030|
|Pearland Canine Resource Center||$250 dental cleaning including extractions and medications||77584|
|Palm to Paws Veterinary Clinic||$200 including extractions||77081|
|Texas Veterinary Dental Center||Have a case that needs more than a simple extraction? This vet is a specialist in periodontal disease.||77477|
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