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  • Some Common Dog Tooth Problems and How to Prevent Them

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    April 11, 2015 by Doctor Ron
    The happy-go-lucky behavior of most dogs would make you think they have no health problems at all. That isn’t true because a majority of older dogs suffer from one form or another of gum disease. There might also be other problems with the teeth that make chewing difficult. Dogs don’t always let their masters know there is an oral health problem. For malocclusion, contact a veterinarian Loose or misaligned teeth in older dogs is a sign of problems (puppies commonly have loose teeth, so there’s no need to get too… Read More