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Overview
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Periodontal disease affects 85% of adult dogs and cats. This can lead to bad breath, tooth loss, and pain. Even worse, chronic oral infection can spread harmful bacteria to other parts of the body, including the lungs, heart, liver, and kidneys. Fortunately, most periodontal disease is preventable through a program of oral hygiene and regular professional care. If you've tried to brush your pet's teeth but gave up because your pet hated it or because you found it too difficult, let us help you for just a few minutes a day!

  INTRO TO TEETH BRUSHING

This service is for pets that can benefit from being introduced to or that need to grow accustomed to having their teeth brushed.

  REGULAR TEETH BRUSHING

This service is for pets already accustomed to having their teeth brushed and that need help to maintain oral health.

An Introduction to teeth brushing typically requires more time than Ongoing teeth brushing care.

A pet must accept this treatment without experiencing excessive stress or endangering the sitter to a bite.

We add value to this service

>  The drive to and from your home to provide care.

>  Plenty of tender, loving care.

>  Playtime with favorite toys or activities.

>  Short walks or let out in the yard for elimination.

>  Daily reports that chart the activities and health of your pet(s) to help you know what happened when you were away. Online reports are available (see Online Diary Notes).

>  Fresh food and water at times specified by you.

>  Grooming, if enjoyed by your pet(s).

>  Daily cleaning up of feeding and watering area and bowls.

>  Cleaning up of litter box and/or cage during each visit.

>  Administration of medications.

>  Cleaning up of small accidents (see "Clean up of excessive pet elimination" under "Other" on our Rates page for big accidents).

>  Watering of a few plants (see "Additional Time" on our Rates page for many plants).

>  Taking trash and recycling bins to curb, and returning them to the home.

>  Providing a daily checklist of tasks completed, and an end-of-assignment report card that grades the behaviour of each pet.

>  Our Veterinarian Notification Card see "Pet Medical and the Veterinarian Notification Card", under the "Emergencies" section of our Procedures page).

Bringing mail, newspapers, and packages into your home.

Alternating turning on and off of lights.

Opening and closing window treatments.

>  Opening and closing the television and/or radio.

>  Moving your vehicle(s).

>  Completing a visual security inspection during each visit.

For puppies receiving this service as part of our Puppy Paws Breaks service, having teeth cleaned at an early age imprints a positive experience.

Why choose dental care

ORAL HYGIENE
Helps prevent bad breath, plaque/tartar build-up that can lead to gingivitis (inflammation of the gums), periodontal disease (chronic gum infection), and painful abscesses.

OVERALL HEALTH
Helps prevent oral disease that, if left untreated, can lead bacteria to enter the bloodstream and infect the heart, liver, and kidneys, which can shorten your petís life by as many as 5 years.

SAVINGS
A preventative, ongoing oral hygiene program can help reduce future Veterinarian bills ― pets need blood work and anesthesia before receiving a dental cleaning and having a tooth extracted.

CONVENIENCE
Avoids the need to struggle with your pet by letting the sitter provide professional dental care that should help teach your pet to be accustomed to having its teeth brushed.

5 simple steps
  1. If you're a new client (you never used our services before) send us a Quote Request. A returning client (you used our services before) needs to send us a Reservation Request.

  2. We'll respond by emailing a detailed Quote to a new client, or a Reservation confirmation to a returning client

  3. If you're a new client, you need to inform us that you accept our Quote. A returning client does not need to accept the Reservation confirmation.

  4. The sitter we assign will contact you to schedule a Meet & Greet Consultation and/or prepare for the assignment. A Meet & Greet is required for new clients. Returning clients can opt out.

  5. Once you sign the Professional Sitting Service Agreement, give us a deposit  and the keys to your home, our service visits can start (if you are a new client, you must give a completed Veterinarian Notification Card to your Vet. before our first visit).

Ready Key

If you plan on using this service more than once, we strongly  recommend you sign up for Ready Key for the many advantages it provides you.

We offer flexilibity

>  From 1 day a week to 7, and in
 any combination, e.g., every
 Tuesday and Thursday.

>  Normally occurs between 8 AM
 and 8 PM (visits before 8 AM or
 after 8 PM, or overnight, are
 possible).

>  Common durations are 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes (longer visits, adding 15-minute increments, are possible).

>  1 to 4 visits per day are common (more are possible).

>  Any start time for a visit is possible.

>  Frequency, duration, and start times of visits are guided by the type and number of pets, and their needs.

 

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