We are a full service veterinary clinic specializing in dental health and wellness.

Our Services



Dental surgery, also known as advanced dental procedures offer a complete package of diagnostic imaging and treatment.
While every patient is different and necessary diagnostics may vary based on your pet’s health, you can typically expect to receive the following during an advanced dental procedure appointment:
- IV catheter fluids, sedation, pain medication or anesthesia
- Dental x-rays
- Dental cleaning
- Dental extractions if recommended by vet and approved by owner

We are the leading provider in dental surgery in Los Angeles for a multitude of reasons. Many of our clients come to us because of our very conservative approach to anesthesia. We mirror our protocols to those of pediatric dentistry.

Not all patients need to be put under gas anesthesia for dental surgery or extractions. We are able to do a wide variety of dental procedures using sedatives
and local nerve-blocks.

Have questions or need an estimate? Schedule a veterinary dental exam appointment to have our veterinarian go over findings as well as specific recommendations for your pet. We will not be able to give you pricing without having done a veterinary dental exam first.



Dental cleanings under anesthesia are the gold standard of veterinary dentistry. However, there are instances in which anesthesia can be avoided. Green Dog Dentals are performed while your pet is awake. Therefore, we strive to create a fear-free, stress-free environment for all our patients. We believe that the experience for each pet begins at the door, that is why our focus is to make sure your fur baby feels comfortable and safe, so there is a lot of touching, cuddling and socializing prior to beginning the procedure.

The Green Dog Dental is composed of a four step process:

  • First: Comprehensive Veterinary Dental Exam

We begin with a comprehensive veterinary dental exam to determine if your pet is a good candidate for the non-anesthetic dental cleaning. Pets are taken to the treatment area and given a veterinary exam, they are then gently placed on their side while we perform a complete oral exam with full dental charting. If it is determined that your pet is not a candidate for a Green Dog Dental, our on-site veterinarian will discuss those findings and options with you.

  • Second: Dental Scaling & Polishing

Under veterinary supervision, your pet will receive a thorough dental scaling of the buccal and lingual surfaces, going beneath the gumlines, using a combination of ultrasonic (water tipped) and hand scaling techniques. Lastly, each procedure finishes with a dental polish, which helps slow plaque accumulation and tartar buildup.

  • Third: Private Veterinary Consultation

Each client receives a private consultation with our veterinarian at the end of the exam/cleaning to discuss all of the findings and recommendations as well as address any additional health concerns.

  • Fourth: Dental & Healthcare Plan

Each patient has is given an individual assessment regarding their overall health as well as when they return for their next dental cleaning, and information regarding at home care.




Heartworm disease can be very serious for pets who contract it and fatal if left alone. It is caused by a parasite called “Dirofilaria immitis” that can be transmitted to your pet through the bite of an infected mosquito. It’s seen mostly in dogs, but cats and ferrets can also be affected.

Dogs are considered natural hosts for heartworms that are able to grow, mature, and produce offspring that will do the same. An infected dog can have hundreds of worms living inside them.

Cats are not natural hosts for heartworms, but they can still contract the disease. Most worms will not grow into adults, but younger worms can cause a secondary life-threatening disease called heartworm associated respiratory disease (HARD).

We offer a simple and quick blood test with results available within minutes. We highly recommend getting your pet tested and put on a heart worm preventative.

N.E.A.T. SPECIAL (Nails. Ears. Anal glands. Teeth)


Vaccinations are an important part of a preventative health care plan. Vaccinations save the lives of many pets by protecting them from disease. At Green Dog Dental & Wellness, we follow AAHA – AAHA guidelines for core vaccinations. However, we treat each and every pet according to their lifestyle and recommend only the vaccines needed to help your pet remain healthy and safe.

Core Vaccines needed for Dogs:

  • Rabies virus
  • Canine distemper virus
  • Canine parvovirus
  • Canine adenovirus-2

Core Vaccines needed for Cats:

  • Rabies virus
  • Feline herpesvirus 1 (FHV1),
  • Feline calicivirus (FCV),
  • Feline panleukopenia virus (FPV),
  • Feline leukemia virus (FeLV – for kittens)

VACCINE BLOOD TITERS (For owners who hope to avoid vaccinations)

At Green Dog Dental & Wellness we understand some pet owners have a reluctance to vaccinate their fur babies. To address the concerns of pet owners, a procedure called the titer test can be used to help determine the need for vaccination.

A titer test is a blood test that measures the level of immune system proteins called antibodies. When your dog gets a vaccination, their immune system responds by producing antibodies which can then be used by the body to fight off future infections. The titer test determines how many antibodies are still in your dog’s blood after one or more years from the time of vaccination.









Don't wait until it's too late! Preventing fleas and ticks is cheaper than controlling them once there is a flea infestation. Flea and tick prevention products stop eggs and larvae from developing into adult fleas.

At least 95% of the flea population exists as eggs, larvae, and pupae that hide in carpets and yards while adult fleas make up only 1-5% of the flea population. Using flea control products with insect growth regulators doesn't only stop the problem, but it also helps to prevent an infestation from occurring.

Flea and tick preventatives can help your pet avoid:

  • Flea allergies
  • Hot spots
  • Biting adult fleas
  • Skin infections
  • Tapeworms
  • Lyme disease
  • Ehrlichia
  • Rocky Mountain spotted fever
  • Fleas and ticks in your home

Flea and tick prevention keeps your pet healthy. Your pet won't pick up tapeworms or have flea bites that cause itching misery and flea allergy dermatitis. In addition, you can help prevent diseases that fleas and ticks carry such as Lyme Disease, ehrlichia, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tick paralysis.

Unsure which flea and tick treatment is best for your pet? Come in for a veterinary exam and speak to our veterinarian to see what we recommend for your pet.