Green Dog Dental - Veterinary Center Offers Multiple Locations To Serve You Best

At Green Dog Dental - Veterinary Center, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care and that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Sherman Oaks, and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet remains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.

To learn more about the many services our veterinary clinic offers, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us or call/text us at (888) 753-2829

  1. Our Prices

    We understand the concerns pet owners have about veterinary care costs. That's why we've created this webpage to provide estimated prices for a wide range of services.

    Our goal is to help you make informed decisions about your pet's healthcare by offering transparent pricing.

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  2. Dentistry

    This service covers everything from routine dental cleanings to more complicated procedures like extractions and treatment for periodontal disease, focusing on oral health.

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  3. Dental Cleanings

    Dental cleanings under anesthesia are the gold standard of veterinary dentistry. However, there are instances in which anesthesia can be avoided. At Green Dog we offer BOTH non-anesthetic as well as anesthetic dental cleanings depending on your pet's needs.

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  4. Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning

    Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning

    The Non-Anesthetic Dental service at Green Dog Veterinary Center is structured to ensure a comfortable experience for your pet.

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  5. Anesthetic Dental Cleanings

    The Traditional Anesthetic Dental Cleaning service at Green Dog Veterinary Center is a gold standard in veterinary dentistry, ensuring a thorough cleaning and examination of your dog's oral health while they are under general anesthesia.

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  6. Dental Surgery

    Dental surgery, also known as advanced dental procedures offer a complete package of diagnostic imaging and treatment.

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  7. Oral/Dental Exams

    Oral and Dental Exams

    The Oral Exam or Dental Exam at Green Dog Veterinary Center is a pivotal initial step in assessing the dental health of your pet and determining the most suitable dental procedure.

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  8. Dental X-Ray

    Dental x-rays (radiographs) help our veterinarians evaluate the health of your pet's teeth by identifying the following problems beneath the gumline not seen by the naked eye: Tooth fractures.

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  9. Dental Products

    Green Dog Dental offers a variety of dental products formulated to improve and maintain the oral health of your pet. These products, developed by veterinarians, aim to help pets live long, happy, and healthy lives by addressing dental issues as well as helping owners 

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  10. Endodontics

    A subset of dentistry, endodontics specializes in treating issues affecting the interior of the tooth, including root canals for pets suffering from severe tooth decay or dental trauma.

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  11. Soft Tissue Surgery

    This service deals with surgeries unrelated to bones and joints, including procedures for removing tumors, repairing hernias, and other conditions affecting internal organs.

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  12. Internal Medicine

    We are focused on diagnosing and treating non-surgical issues related to internal organs. This can include digestive disorders, endocrine problems, autoimmune diseases, and other internal health conditions.

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  13. Cardiology

    Like humans, dogs and cats can suffer from a variety of problems related to their hearts and lungs. Cardiac problems are common in both young and old animals. With proper treatment, most cardiac problems can be managed or resolved.

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  14. Ophthalmology

    This specialty addresses eye and vision problems, including cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal diseases. Treatments may range from eye drops to surgical interventions.

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  15. Veterinary Services For Dogs

    A Commitment To Quality And Empathy In Veterinary Care For Dogs

    Our veterinarians, technicians, assistants and front staff work together to provide both you and your dog with a compassionate and professional experience.

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  16. Puppy Care

    The Importance of Proper Puppy Care at Green Dog Veterinary Center

    Why Start Puppy Care Early?

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  17. Dog Allergies

    What are some common dog allergies?

    Among the most common dog allergies are environmental allergies, similar to humans. These could include pollen in the air or dust in the environment.

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  18. Dog and Cat Specialty Services

    Welcome to Green Dog Veterinary Center's Specialty Services

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  19. Dog and Cat Urgent Care

    Green Dog Veterinary Center's Urgent Care for Dogs and Cats Your Trusted Partner in Pet Urgent Care

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  20. Dog Bathing and Hygiene

    Dog Hygiene Guidelines 

    Importance of Good Dog Hygiene

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  21. Dog Behavior

    Dog Behavior FAQs

    Can my dog's behavior be changed? A dog's behavior can often be modified depending on how humans manage the situation. The key to effective change is early socialization, starting at eight weeks old.

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  22. Dog Cancer

    What are some of the most common types of cancer in dogs?

    Some of the most common types of cancer in dogs include lymphoma, hemangiosarcoma (a blood vessel cancer), soft tissue sarcomas (growths on the body), bone cancers, and various benign gr

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  23. Dog Dental Care

    Dentistry Services

    Dental care for dogs and cats is an essential aspect of their overall health and well-being. Just like humans, pets can develop dental problems that can lead to pain, infection, and other health issues if left untreated.

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  24. Dog Diagnostic Imaging

    How is diagnostic imaging used for dogs?

    Diagnostic imaging is a non-invasive way to diagnose diseases in dogs.

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  25. Dog Endoscopy

    What is an endoscopy?

    An endoscopy is a procedure that allows veterinarians to investigate and look inside a part of the body with a camera.

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  26. Dog Fleas and Ticks

    Flea and Tick Prevention 

    Fleas and Ticks: A Concern for Pets and Homes

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  27. Dog Heartworm

    What is heartworm?

    Heartworm is a microscopic parasite that resembles a worm. It lives inside the vessels or arteries of the heart.

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  28. Dog Internal Medicine

    Green Dog Dental and Wellness is proud to introduce our out-patient internal medicine service led by Dr. Michael Geist, DVM, DACVIM (internal medicine).

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  29. Dog Lab Tests

    Understanding Dog Blood Tests What Are Dog Blood Tests?

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  30. Dog Microchipping

    Can microchips be used to track dogs?

    Microchips do not have location information on them, so they cannot be used to track dogs in real-time.

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  31. Dog Nail Trim

    Trimming your pet’s nails properly and painlessly is important but very difficult to do at home. Proper trimming of your pet’s nails allows them to gain correct posture and better balance. The older your pet gets the more important appropriate nail length is.

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  32. Dog NEAT Special

    The NEAT Special stands for Nails, Ears, Anal glands, and Teeth It is our most popular service and a huge savings of $65! It includes a nail trim, an ear clean, an expression of the anal glands and a non-anesthetic dental cleaning.

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  33. Dog Nutrition

    What are the life stages of feeding my dog?

    There are three life stages for feeding dogs: puppy, adult, and senior. Each stage has different nutritional requirements. A puppy diet is more energy-dense to meet the growing needs of a young dog.

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  34. Dog Ophthalmology & Eye Care

    At Green Dog Veterinary Center, we are committed to offering specialized veterinary ophthalmology services to safeguard your pets' ocular health. Our Board-Certified Ophthalmology services are provided by OcuVet.

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  35. Dog Pain Management

    Dog Pain Management 

    Differences between Acute and Chronic Pain in Dogs

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  36. Dog Parasites

    Dog Parasite Prevention and Treatment FAQs When to Start Parasite Prevention

    Start deworming and flea prevention for your puppy between 6-8 weeks of age. Heartworm prevention should follow soon after.

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  37. Dog Preventative Care

    Preventative Care for Dogs: A Comprehensive Guide 

    What is Considered Preventative Care for Dogs?

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  38. Radiology and Advanced Imaging

    Diagnostic Imaging

    Diagnostic Imaging (radiology) refers to using a variety of non-invasive technologies to a

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  39. Dog Senior Care

    Senior Dog Care

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  40. Dog Soft Tissue Surgery

    Welcome to Green Dog Veterinary Center's Soft Tissue Surgery Service

    At Green Dog Veterinary Center, we understand the importance of providing exceptional surgical care for your beloved pets.

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  41. Dog Spay and Neuter

    A Comprehensive Guide to Spay and Neuter Services at Green Dog Veterinary Center

    Understanding Spay and Neuter

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  42. Dog Surgery

    What You Need to Know Before Your Dog's Surgery at Green Dog Veterinary Center

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  43. Dog Travel Certificates

    Domestic airline travel requires a pet health travel certificate. This requires all pets to be given a clean bill of health within 30 days of travel. We can provide your pet with a veterinary exam and as well as domestic travel certificate.

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  44. Dog Vaccination

    How do vaccinations impact the health and well-being of a dog?

    Vaccinations play a crucial role in protecting dogs from infectious diseases they may encounter while playing or socializing with other dogs.

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  45. Dog Wellness Exams

    Our preventative wellness exams cover your best friend from tooth to tail. This helps us gauge the overall health of your pet and allows us to watch for subtle changes that could indicate the presence of disease or illness.

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  46. Veterinary Services

    Green Dog Dental - Veterinary Center Offers Multiple Locations To Serve You Best

    At Green Dog Dental - Veterinary Center, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours.

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  47. Bloodwork and Lab Services

    Blood Work and Lab Services at Green Dog Veterinary Center

    In the veterinary field, blood work and lab services for cats and dogs are essential diagnostic tools that provide valuable information about an animal's overall health.

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  48. Vaccinations

    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.

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  49. Diagnostic Imaging

    Similar to Radiology, this involves using advanced imaging techniques for diagnostic purposes. This category often includes ultrasound, commonly used for conditions like pregnancy and organ assessment.

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  50. Laboratory

    The lab services, including blood work, urinalysis, and parasite tests, are critical in preventive care, diagnosis, and treatment planning. For example, new kittens might undergo tests on their initial vet visits to assess overall health.

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  51. Integrative Medicine

    This holistic approach to treatment combines conventional medicine with complementary therapies. The aim is to treat the whole animal rather than just the symptoms of a specific ailment.

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  52. Heartworm Testing

    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.

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  53. Microchipping

    Microchipping is a simple procedure that gives your pet the best chance of returning home should they ever become lost. Thousands of pets are returned to their families each year through microchip identification.

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  54. Seasonal and Food Allergies

    Treating eye, ear and skin issues are an important part of veterinary health care. Whether the issue be abrasions, infections or allergy issues, our veterinarians will use diagnostic testing and the best care to treat your pet.

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  55. Anal Gland Expression

    Anal sacs, or anal glands, produce a foul smelling fluid that your pet uses to mark his territory. Occasionally these glands need to be expressed, or emptied. Though some dogs express them themselves, these glands occasionally fill with fluid and your pet needs some help to release the fluid.

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  56. Dermatology and Skin Allergies

    From itchiness to digestive issues and ear infections, allergic reactions can give your pet as much discomfort as they do with humans. A visit to Green Dog can help formulate a treatment plan to attack your pet’s allergy and improve their quality of life.

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  57. Deworming

    Intestinal parasite can make your pet ill and can even spread to your family if not treated. Consistent deworming treatments keep our pets intestinal parasite free and protected.

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  58. Veterinary Services For Cats

    We Support Every Stage Of Your Cat's Life

    As your feline friend grows, he or she will move through six distinct stages of life:

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  59. Kitten Care

    Kitten Care and Raising a Healthy Kitten

    Most Important Aspect

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  60. Cat Anesthesia

    What to Know About Cat Anesthesia: A Guide from Green Dog Veterinary Center

    Why Anesthesia Is Necessary For Your Cat

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  61. Cat Behavior

    Understanding Cat Behavior

    Importance of Addressing Behavioral Concerns

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  62. Cat Cancer

    Understanding Cat Cancer: 

    What is Cat Cancer? Cat cancer is an abnormal cell growth, similar to human cancer, which can affect various body parts. It has many forms, including lymphoma, skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma, and mast cell disease.

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  63. Cat Dental Care

    The Importance of Cat Dental Care

    Routine dental care plays a pivotal role in ensuring optimal cat health. Some cats develop specific dental issues like neck lesions, which are notably painful yet hard to detect by owners. Hence, annual dental check-ups are essential.

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  64. Cat Dermatology

    Cat Dermatology

    Recognizing Symptoms If your cat appears uncomfortable, excessively scratches, or loses hair, it could suffer from skin problems. Such conditions are usually not emergencies but can affect the cat's quality of life.

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  65. Cat Deworming

    Intestinal Parasites in Cats:  What are Intestinal Parasites?

    Intestinal parasites are worms that live in the cat's intestines and can cause digestive issues like diarrhea, discomfort, and poor nutrition absorption.

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  66. Cat Diagnostic Imaging

    Feline Diagnostic Imaging 

    What is Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging for Cats?

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  67. Cat Fleas and Ticks

    The Dangers of Fleas and Ticks for Cats

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  68. Cat Heartworm

    Heartworm in Cats: An Important Guide 

    What is Heartworm in Cats? Heartworm is a parasitic worm transmitted to cats via mosquito bites. These worms live in the heart and lungs of affected cats.

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  69. Cat Internal Medicine

    At Green Dog Veterinary Center, the Feline Internal Medicine service is managed by Dr.

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  70. Cat Lab Tests

    Lab Work and Your Cat's Health

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  71. Cat Medication

    Understanding Cat Medications

    Changes in your cat's behavior can indicate something is amiss, potentially meaning health issues. Medication prescribed by a veterinarian may be necessary to treat various conditions, from short-term illnesses to chronic health problems.

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  72. Cat Microchipping

    Green Dog Veterinary Center: The Importance of Cat Microchipping

    What is Cat Microchipping?

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  73. Cat Nail Trim

    The Cat Nail Trim service at Green Dog Veterinary Center emphasizes the importance of maintaining an appropriate nail length, especially as your pet ages.

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  74. Cat Nutrition

    Cat Nutrition - Key Points

    Impact on Health: Nutrition significantly affects a cat's overall health, including coat quality, heart, brain, and intestinal health.

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  75. Cat Preventative Care

    Preventive Care for Cats Key Points

    Regular Exams: Cats are adept at hiding signs of illness, making regular vet visits crucial for early detection of issues. Annual exams are recommended for all cats, and bi-annual exams for cats over eight years old.

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  76. Cat Ophthalmology and Eye Care

    The Cat Ophthalmology and Eye Care service at Green Dog Veterinary Center is dedicated to providing specialized veterinary ophthalmology services to protect and manage your pet's ocular health.

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  77. Cat Radiology and Advanced Imaging

    Diagnostic Imaging

    Diagnostic Imaging (radiology) refers to using a variety of non-invasive technologies to acquire images in order to help make a diagnosis.

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  78. Cat Senior Care

    Senior Cat Care: How to Care for Your Aging Feline

    Health Changes in Aging Cats

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  79. Cat Soft Tissue Surgery

    Welcome to Green Dog Veterinary Center's Soft Tissue Surgery Service

    At Green Dog Veterinary Center, we understand the importance of providing exceptional surgical care for your beloved pets.

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  80. Cat Spay and Neuter

    Facts on Cat Spaying & Neutering

    What Are Cat Spaying and Neutering? Neutering: Removal of a male cat's testicles to prevent breeding. Spaying: Removal of a female cat's ovaries and uterus to prevent breeding.

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  81. Cat Surgery

    Cat Surgery - What to Know

    Types of Cat Surgery Elective: These include non-emergency procedures like spaying, neutering, and dental cleanings.

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  82. Cat Travel Certificate

    Domestic airline travel requires a pet health travel certificate. This requires all pets to be given a clean bill of health within 30 days of travel. We can provide your pet with a veterinary exam and as well as domestic travel certificate.

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  83. Cat Vaccinations

    Cat Vaccinations

    What Are Cat Vaccinations? Cat vaccinations involve injecting small amounts of a virus to stimulate the cat's immune system, protecting against diseases.

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  84. Cat Wellness Exam

    Cat Wellness Exams and Your Cat's Health 

    What is a Cat Wellness Exam? A wellness exam is a routine physical check-up for cats when they are not sick to ensure their overall health.

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  85. Endodontics

    K9 Endodontics at Green Dog Veterinary Center encompasses a set of specialized dental procedures aimed at treating issues affecting the interior of the tooth, including providing root canals for pets suffering from severe dental problems.

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