Emmi-Pet Dental

GoldWalk Grooming, Wellness & Training Academy offer Emmi-Pet dental hygiene treatments as part of their dedicated Canine Wellness services to our clients within our dog grooming salon.

The best dental treatment for your dog...

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Emmi-Pet is a revolutionary dental hygiene treatment that is completely silent, non vibrational and gentle that works to prevent periodonitis, tooth loss, bad breath odour, plaque and tartar build up, inflammed gums and much more.

Emmi-Pet works up to 12mm below the gum line and strengthens gum tissues, as well as aiding healing processes.

It is estimated that by the time a dog reaches 2 years old, 80% will display signs of oral disease.

Emmi-Pet works using solely ultra sonic waves emitted at 96 million ultra sonic waves (air vibrations) per minute from the head of the toothbrush via a small chip.

The waves are transferred via the bristles of the toothbrush head in to Emmi-Pet's specially formulated toothpaste.

Micro bubbles are generated which then react with the air vibrations and implode.

These implosions eliminate and remove food particles, plaque, tarter and bacteria from within your dogs mouth.

GoldWalk Grooming, Wellness & Training Academy, offers treatments at affordable prices, many owners saving hundreds of pounds in comparison to the cost of veterinary bills for their dogs dental health.

Our best valued and most popular option is to purchase a course of 4 treatments, within this time, the majority of dogs will have a vast improvement in oral health and appearance.

After the initial course, we recommend a top up treatment every 8 weeks to maintain.

Existing dog grooming customers of GoldWalk Grooming, Wellness & Training Academy will receive a discount on prices detailed.

Book today and give your dog the gift of oral health and wellbeing.

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Initial treatment - £35

Subsequent treatments with groom - £25

Course of 4 treatments - £90

Every dog will receive their own toothbrush head for obvious hygiene reasons at a cost of £10.

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