Additional Services

Anesthesia-free Teeth Cleaning

Cowtown Canines is now offering anesthesia free teeth cleaning. We always recommend that you discuss all medical/dental care with your veterinarian prior to scheduling an appointment for teeth cleaning. We began offering this service because it was being requested by so many of our regular clients. As always Brittany recommends that you please educate yourself on the dental cleaning process and the difference between the several cleaning/treatment processes!

Anesthesia-free dental cleaning for dogs is a safe, gentle, and affordable way to have your pet’s teeth cleaned. The anesthesia-free cleaning procedure involves manual scaling of all exposed surfaces of the teeth (including the tongue-side surfaces) and of the gingival sulcus (the crevice between the tooth and the gum), as well as polishing of exposed enamel.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • How Do You Do It?
    For our large and giant breed dogs Brittany sits in the floor with your dog placed between her legs. She uses her legs to hold them still. For smaller dogs they are placed in her lap (sometimes wrapped in a towel) and tradtionally craddled with one arm. Brittany then uses one hand to control the mouth and expose the teeth. Then the other hand is used to scale the teeth.
  • How Long Does It Take?
    Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning usually takes between 25-45 minutes. This is all based on how much tarter is on your dogs teeth and how cooperative the dog is being.
  • How Much Does It Cost?
    Anesthesia Free Teeth Cleaning starts off at $75.00 and goes up to $100.00. We base this on how long it takes to complete the procedure and how cooperative the dog is.

Valuable Information from TCAP’s Website

Proper dental care can add three to five years to your pet’s life. By the age of three, some 80% of all dogs and 70% of all cats show signs of dental disease, which can lead to the more serious problems of heart, lung, and kidney disease.  The sooner you have it treated by your veterinarian (and learn to care for it yourself), the sooner your pet can stay on the road to health as well as smell good!

Periodontal disease is an infection of  the gum tissue by bacteria. Plaque and tartar form naturally when food remains in the cracks of the teeth, especially at the gum line. Canned food sticks easier, so it is more likely to cause plaque. At this stage the plaque is still soft, and brushing or chewing hard food and toys can remove it. If it is left to spread, plaque can lead to gingivitis, an inflammation of the gums, causing them to become red and swollen and painful.

Plaque soon hardens into tartar that separates the tooth from the gum. If the plaque and tartar build up continue, an infection can form at the root of the tooth. This is the most advanced stage, showing up as loose teeth, bleeding gums and pain anytime your pet tries to eat.

Periodontal disease can be prevented and treated. The keys to your pet’s oral health are professional veterinary dental care and good care at home.

Rehabilitation of scared, timid, unsocial dogs

Does your dog have a lack of confidence? Does he appear to be terrified when approached with new situations? If so Cowtown Canines can help. Over the years Brittany has rehabilitated dozens of rescue dogs of all sizes. From Chihuahuas to Saint Bernards, she can help them all. If you are interested in having Brittany help with your dogs confidence please give her a call.

Weight loss boot camp

Did you know that by keeping your dog at a healthy weight you can add up to two years to their lives? Weight loss boot camp is a new program that we just started. If your dog is overweight and you would like some help getting those extra pounds off, we can help. The dogs are required to board with us a minimum of 10 days. We will go over your dogs nutritional needs with you, as well as their exercise requirements.

Spa Services

We offer a wide variety of spa services to clean up your dirty doggie after a long day of play or spending more time with us for a sleepover! If you do not require a full service groom, we can clean up your pup in-house. Give us an approximate time that you will be picking up your pup, and we will get him squeaky clean!

Basic Bath: $15.00-$20.00

Manicure (Nail Trim with filing): $15.00

Cleaning of eyes: $5.00

Cleaning of ears: $5.00

Anal Gland Expression: $10.00

Flea Control Application: $18.00

Teeth Brushing-$5.00

FURminator Deshedding-$20.00


Puppy introduction to socialization

Do you want your new puppy to be socialized but your are not quite ready for your little one to be in full day play? Well we can help! Brittany’s dogs are very good at helping the newbies get accustomed to other dogs. During the puppy introduction process your baby will be able to hang out with Bull, Shelby, and Bruiser away from the daycare dogs. This will help your fur ball get acclimated to the daycare atmosphere at a slow comfortable pace!

At Cowtown Canines we are open to any and all ideas. If you are interested in any type of service for your pooch and do not see it listed please give us a call. We will see what we can do to better fit your needs.