Dental Cleaning

pet dental cleaning Glendale


The Hounds Club is excited to team up with Qualified Pet Dental to offer premium dental cleaning and other veterinary services right here at our facility.

Qualified provides preventive dog teeth cleaning (cats, too!), vaccinations, diagnostic testing, and other convenient veterinary services.  Their 7-step dental procedure provides a complete, preventive cleaning without the use of anesthesia*. This procedure cleans all tooth surfaces above and below the gumline and leaves your pet with cleaner teeth, fresher breath, and a healthier mouth.

The next clinic is on April 8th, sign up today! 




pet dental cleaning Glendale

Their veterinarian-supervised oral care assistants are rigorously trained in the most widely accepted non-anesthetic veterinary dental procedure in the US. Servicing over a thousand pets every month makes them extremely efficient. This efficiency and expertise results in a superior cleaning, with an average in-clinic time of less than an hour.


Anesthesia Free Dental Cleaning is $229

  • A wellness exam
  • Oral exam
  • Scaling
  • Probing
  • Charting
  • Rinsing
  • Polishing




Appointment required.

Maintenance cleanings are offered at a lower rate. Please refer to Qualified Dental’s website for information and pricing on this and the other services listed below.

  • Anal gland expression
  • Professional nail trims
  • Popular vaccinations and boosters
  • Rx Medications for Fleas, Ticks, Intestinal Parasites and Allergies
  • Anti-itch Cytopoint® injections
  • Exclusively-formulated Homeopathic Remedies
  • HomeAgain® premium microchip implantation
  • Diagnostic Lab Testing (including Fecal and Giardia)
  • Health Certificate (CVI) Exams often required for pet travel

pet dental cleaning Glendale

Additional Information 

Dog Teeth Cleaning

7-step Dental Procedure

Veterinary Services

*While useful in most cases, the non-anesthetic dental cleaning method is not appropriate for all pets. During the required pre-treatment veterinary assessment, their staff veterinarian performs a basic examination to verify that your pet’s health and demeanor is safe for this procedure. The veterinarian may at any point terminate the procedure if a condition (medical or behavioral) arises that makes completing the treatment unsafe. In these cases, you will only be charged a nominal veterinary assessment fee.