None of us enjoy going to the dentist. It's awkward to sit there with your mouth open for an hour and we brace ourselves when the dentist walks in to give us the (hopefully) clean bill of health.
It turns out it's not a cake walk for our dogs either. We might overlook their teeth as long as they're eating and chewing on their bones as they normally do. By the time we take them in for their routine vet check-up, it might be too late.
Any dental issues may have caused further, more severe health problems. As a result, it's crucial to be vigilant of certain signs and symptoms that can be prevented by further care. Although, at least they won't need braces, right??
Keep reading to learn what dental issues you need to pay attention to as well as 5 ways to keep your dog's mouth healthy!