Bayton Road Industrial Estate
Dental problems are very common to animals. Even attentive pet owners often miss the fact that the dog or the cat suffers from painful diseases of the teeth. Even dogs are often affected by tartar and painful gingivitis. Animals cannot communicate when they are plagued by severe toothache. Therefor preventative care is a must. The dental care of the dog should be as important to you as your own.
SOUNDLESSLY CLEANING WITHOUT FEAR
Dogs and cats are very sensitive to sounds. Our emmi®-pet works completely without vibration and beeping with 100% ultrasound.
NO OFFENSIVE BREATH
The causes of mouth odor are various, but mostly it is due to bacteria that bring the oral flora in imbalance and thus cause breath odor. Eliminate bacteria with the help of 100% ultrasound in the emmi®-pet.
FOR DOGS AND CATS
Tartar is a common problem of dogs and cats diagnosed in the veterinary practice. Increased calculus formation can also lead to other health problems emmi®-pet helps you to remove the tartar.
SOFT TO THE GUMS
The tartar contains large amounts of bacteria that can lead to gingivitis and tooth loss, and also cause permanently damage to the heart and other organs. With the silent and no brush movements acting emmi®-pet you can proceed gently against it.
The emmi®-pet works with 100% ultrasound. The effective oral hygiene without brush movements.
HEALTHY TEETH FOR A LIFTIME
Just like humans, our pets need good hygiene in their mouths. Only then will the teeth and mouth of your pets stay healthy even at old age. If teeth are healthy and the gums are not, even a healthy tooth can loosen and fall out.
Studies on gingivitis show that 3 months after professional tooth cleaning, tartar is coming back again. Even if you brush your teeth every day this is unavoidable.
PRECAUTION INSTEAD OF GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
With regular use of the emmi®-pet no anesthesia is needed. Of course, this depends on how far the tooth is already affected by tartar.
Vibration free without brushing
The soft bristles are held against the teeth/gums allowing your pet's teeth to be cleaned gently without the irritation of vibration or noise.
Tom Holroyd recommends Millie's Paws Grooming Studio.
7 November 2019 ·
I have been taking my little dog Missy (shitzu/yorkie) for grooming and teeth cleaning for a while now. Missy doesn't like being groomed and I know can be difficult but Donna does a great job and she always comes back super soft and looking great. her teeth are sooooo much better and her breath doesn't almost kill an elephant any more so I cannot thank enough.
Package 1: This package is for dog's that already have a tartar build up. Initial consultation lasting approx 30 minutes & toothbrush head £25/with a groom £20. Follow up sessions requiring a minimum of 10 visits over a 2 - 3 week period lasting approx 20 - 30 minutes £20 per session or pay a block & book in advance £150 saving £50 based on 10 sessions. To remove any stubborn build up your dog must be booked in for the minimum sessions & time frame recommended. Payment is required at the time of booking the sessions. We require 24 hours notice to cancel/change appointments. If we receive less than 24 hours notice it will be deducted from the money already paid to us.
Package 2: This package is for the maintenance of your dog's mouth & is ideally suited to dog's that do not have tartar build up or have recently visited the vets for full dental treatment. Initial consultation lasting approx 30 minutes & toothbrush head £25/with a groom £20. Follow up sessions £20/£15 with a groom lasting approx 20 - 30 minutes.
For optimum results weekly visits are recommended, less frequents visits are likely to be less effective but will encourage good dental hygiene.
The consulatation fee will be reduced to £15 if your dog is not an ideal canditate for the treatment ie will not let us perform the process safely.
The cost of the brush per pet is £10, it will need to be replaced after 25 sessions or if your dog overly chews it. Any brush will also need to be replaced once per year.
PLEASE NOTE - IF YOUR DOG'S TEETH ARE SIGNIFICANTLY SCALED, WE WOULD RECOMMEND THAT YOU SEEK VETERINARY ATTENTION INITIALLY FOR A DENTAL DESCALE UNDER ANAESTHETIC, THEN CONTINUE WITH A REGULAR PROGRAMME OF ULTRASOUND TEETH CLEANING TO MAINTAIN YOUR DOG'S DENTAL HEALTH.