Anesthetic-free teeth cleaning for dogs and cats.

WE TAKE CARE OF YOUR PET'S DENTAL HEALTH WITH LOVE AND WITHOUT ANESTHESIA

Your pet need dental cleaning regularly to prevent
infectious diseases, loss of teeth and gums.

How does
Bright N' Shine's anesthesia-free
dental cleaning work?

WHAT IS
IT FOR?

Non-anesthetic dental cleaning helps prevent infectious diseases, periodontal, tooth loss. Thus, we increase the longevity of your pet.

OUR
TREATMENT.

First, we leave the environment calm with relaxing music so that your pet feels comfortable. Soon after, we start the cleaning treatment by removing the plaque and calculus on your pet’s teeth. In addition, we further clean the bacteria under the gum line and finish by polishing, cleaning and rinsing the animal’s mouth.

YOU GET BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS.

At the end of the treatment, you receive photos of before dental cleaning without anesthesia and after cleaning.

We Care Your Pet With Love.

Bright N Shine offers a healthy and safe alternative to the traditional anesthetic induced cat and dog dental cleanings. Our caring, patient, and courteous team goes to your location and helps your pet relax and make it through the appointment stress-free, we guarantee it! 

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Home Service

Customer Service

Anesthesia Free

Individual Care

Professional Pet Dental Cleaning

Our main objective is to provide a healthy and safe alternative to the traditional anesthetic induced cat and dog dental cleanings. We gain your pet’s trust and keep them calm without the use of drugs.

We come to your house to perform dental cleaning without anesthesia for your pet

Professional Care For Your Pet

Mini

Pet's weight is 0-40lbs

$ 170

*Free Travel

Midi

Pet's weight is 41-80lbs

$ 200

*Free Travel

Maxi

Pet's weight is 81lbs+

$ 230

*Free Travel

Before And After

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What Our Clients Need to Know

We designed Bright N’ Shine around one simple concept: you and your pet deserve to be treated like family. Many pet owners have concerns about putting their animal under anesthesia, especially when it comes to a routine procedure like a teeth cleaning. There are some inherent risks with anesthesia and may not be recommended if your pet is older and/or has other conditions impacting their health.

  1. Bad breath
  2. Salivating
  3. Gums may be red, swollen, and even bleed
  4. Decreased or loss of appetite and weight loss
  5. Dropping food from mouth while eating

The Difference Between an Anesthetic Dental and a Non-Anesthetic Dental Procedure An anesthetic dental procedure is a dental cleaning that is non-invasive with no use of any medications, sedatives, or anesthesia. The pet is restrained using gentle, proprietary holds that ensure the pet’s safety throughout the dental procedure.

Many pet owners have concerns about putting their animal under anesthesia, especially when it comes to a routine procedure like a teeth cleaning. There are some inherent risk with anesthesia may not be recommended if your pet is older and/or has other conditions impacting their health.