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Affordable Pet Teeth Cleaning – An Interview with Jill Thompson

Val Cairney June 25, 2021 46

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Kissable K9 Care

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Jill at work

Kissable K9 Care offers its cosmetic teeth cleaning service to dogs and cats of all breeds, sizes, ages and backgrounds. Here is a simple breakdown of how this service is conducted:

We welcome the client and their fur baby into the store. Then have the client fill out a liability waiver and ask if they have any questions or concerns about the service.

We then work our magic to create a relaxing and comfortable environment for your fur baby. To do this we lightly spray the room with lavender oils, swaddle him or her in a blanket in the technician’s lap and use massage while they are awake. The comfort of your dog is always our top priority.

We provide cosmetic teeth cleaning by using hand instruments above the gum line to scale the teeth.

We provide the client with before and after pictures of their fur baby’s teeth to show results. We then show clients items in the store they can use at home to maintain results.

It is very rare, but if for some reason the animal becomes frightened and stressed during the procedure and the technician is unable to calm them the following steps will take place: the procedure is stopped, the client will be called and the client does not pay. We always act in the best interest of your pup.

These photographs and information were taken with permission and remain the property of Kissable K9 Care.

For more information on Kissable K9 Care and their services, please visit:

You can also call Kissable K9 Care at: (905) 329-8598 or email at

To book a mobile appointment Call: (416) 995-3792 or  Email:

Kissable K9 Care can also be reached on Facebook: Kissable K9 – Home | Facebook

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Val Cairney

Hi everyone, and welcome to Val Talk’s Pets, the forum for pet parents and enthusiasts alike. So, I have been working in the pet industry now for almost 10 years and, on a daily basis, I handle a lot of issues and questions arising from pet parents. I am not a veterinarian but I do have certifications in Canine, Feline, Small Animal, Fish and Herptile and Avian Health and Nutrition from the University of California, Davis Extension, the Vet College.

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