Happy Hounds Teeth Cleaning

Dog | Happy Hounds Teeth | Ontario

Cosmetic Canine & Feline Teeth Cleaning


Back To The Bone Burlington and Oakville are pleased to host Happy Hounds Teeth in both of our locations on an ongoing basis. Truly an amazing service, in a stress free environment for your pet. 


Upcoming Dates:

Burlington Location 289-337-4577  

  • Monday June 17, 2024                 FULLY BOOKED
  • Sunday July 7, 2024                    FULLY BOOKED
  • Monday July 22, 2024                  FULLY BOOKED
  • Monday July 29, 2024                  ALMOST FULL
  • Sunday Aug 11, 2024
  • Monday Aug 19, 2024
  • Sunday Aug 25, 2024

Oakville Location 905-257-3444


  • Wednesday June 19, 2024            ALMOST FULL
  • Saturday July 13, 2024
  • Wednesday July 24, 2024
  • Saturday Aug 10, 2024
  • Wednesday Aug 21, 2024


How to Book & Fees

Please call the location of your choosing to book your pet. At the time of booking a $50+tax deposit will be required to reserve your booking, this comes off of the total price.  Total Price $220+tax


Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your appointment with at least 48hours notice full deposit amount is refunded. 


A little more about Happy Hounds...

Happy Hounds Teeth offers safe and gentle cosmetic teeth cleaning for your pet.

At Happy Hounds Teeth the comfort and well being of your beloved pet is our number one priority. In a relaxed environment we provide all natural cosmetic teeth cleaning above the gum line using hand scalers while your pet is in the care of our trained staff. Each appointment takes approx. 45 min to an hour depending on the amount of build up. 

We have been scaling pets teeth since 2017 and have successfully cleaned 1000's of pets treating each one as our very own.



It is our guarantee to you that all of our instruments are well cared for, sharpened, and sterilized. A new sterilized set of instruments is used on each animal. Our sterilization procedure is the exact same procedure that is used in dental offices throughout Ontario. 




How do you keep my pet still?

This is a very good question and probably the most asked. Your pet will
be positioned comfortably in my lap. Gentle relaxation techniques will calm
your pet down allowing them to feel safe and comfortable. Most dogs and
cats are at ease with this service however, if at any point your pet
becomes uncomfortable and we can not complete the cleaning you will not be charged for your visit.


Does this type of cleaning hurt my pet?

Absolutely not! This is an extremely gentle procedure. We often have dogs fall asleep during their cleaning.


How long does it take to clean my pets teeth?

Typically appointments are an hour in length.
However this may vary depending on individual needs. Sometimes a longer or shorter appointment is required.


My pets teeth are really bad... Can I still book?

At your first visit we will have a thorough look at their teeth. Should there be any loose teeth, broken, or anything unusual we will refer you back to your vet. Sometimes it is necessary to have a cleaning done under a general anaesthetic. Other times your vet will be happy to give us the go ahead.


How effective is this type of cleaning?

Generally we are able to do a very thorough job cleaning all the inside and outside surfaces of the teeth along the gum line. However this type of cleaning is not for every dog. If we notice excessive build up with very loose or broken teeth we will refer you to your vet for a deep cleaning under a general anesthetic. Please remember that although this is a great service I am not a vet and do not diagnose or treat disease.


Can I stay with my dog or cat during the appointment?

As with children, most dogs and cats behave much better when their guardian is not
present. I prefer to work with your pet alone as I find that they settle down and are much calmer. I can assure you that the safety and well being of your pet is always my number one concern. 




Although this type of cleaning is a wonderful safe service it is not a medical procedure but rather cosmetic service. I am not a veterinarian and do not practice veterinarian medicine. I do not examine, diagnose, or cure any disease.