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We had our girls teeth cleaned about 2 months ago for the first time. Procedure takes about 45 minutes, unless teeth need to be pulled. I strive for three times a week to brush her teeth, I usually hit a once or twice a week success. If your dogs teeth are bleeding you need to brush as many times a week as it takes to clear up the bleeding.
It is expensive around here for pet teeth cleaning. So, weekly brushing multiple times will help your expenses.
Ask your vet about the procedure for recovery after cleaning. I appreciate that our vet has a recovery area in the same room they are doing the cleaning procedures, so she can be monitored until she is awake. Should she have any distress, she will be taken care of immediately. I also make my appointments for early in the morning, so I can bring her home around 3:30 to 4 pm, thus avoiding an overnight stay.
Yes, I have been very pleased with the results on Jazi and our poodle, who has since passed on. Teeth always look beautiful.
Last edited by Jazi; 02-21-2015 at 11:19 AM.
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