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Oral Health Services at K9 Kuts


Why should you be concerned with your pet’s oral health?

Ongoing research shows the link between oral health and overall health. Keeping your pet’s teeth and gums healthy allows them to eat normally, keeps their breath fresh and can add up to five healthy years to your pet’s life.


Pet bad breath is often overlooked, but it’s actually one of the first signs of oral disease.

“At any one time, 80% of all dogs and 70% of all cats show signs of dental and oral health diseases. Regular dental care can add as much as five years to a pet’s life.” — American Veterinary Dental Society



PlaqClnz eliminates pet’s bad breath, protects oral health and helps add up to five healthy years to your pet’s life.

Be sure to tell your groomer if your pet has noticeable bad breath or any problems with chewing, loss of appetite, uneaten food, food dropping from the mouth or pawing at the mouth or face.


Business Hours
Mon Closed
Tues-Fri 9am-6pm

Sat 10am-5pm
Sun Closed

Self Serve Dogwash Hours Here

Groomer's simple 3-step oral cleaning process:

The groomer will pre-treat your pet's
mouth with PlaqClnz Spray at check in.

After 30 minutes, the groomer will
irrigate your pet’s mouth with the
PlaqClnz Oral Irrigator.

Groomer will post-treat with PlaqClnz Gel or Spray and encourage you to continue treating with gel or spray at home.
CAT Before PlaqClnz Treatment
CAT After PlaqClnz Treatment

DOG Before PlaqClnz Treatment
Dog After PlaqClnz Treatment

We offer a pet oral cleansing system for dogs and cats of all ages.  The PlaqClnz is alcohol free and reduces plaque and tartar without brushing.  The natural, scientifically proven ingredients, including Zinc complex, stops odor formation, interferes with tartar growth and may aid in healing soft tissue.  PlaqClnz is also  taste free for the most persnickety of pets.  This is an affordable and cost effective way to keep your pet's teeth and gums healthy without brushing.

Bad breath is an indication of PLAQUE BUILDUP.  If left untreated, it hardens and becomes TARTAR , (the hard, yellow deposits along the gum line. ) This can occur as early as age two! Over time, the tartar creates "pockets" where the gum is forced away from the teeth.  This can lead to gum disease.

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Self-Serve Dogwash Hours
Sun - Sat 9 am- 8pm – Winter Hours
Sun - Sat 9 am- 9 pm – Summer Hours



1627 Mill Bay Road. Kodiak AK 99615

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