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You Dogs and Their Teeth: What You Need to Know from DogHelpNetwork.com! by Ryan R. Healthy Living Professional , also known as bruxism, is a common sign of oral pain. Gums are usually inflamed, so if you notice your dog... of gum disease and other problems by age three. Catching dog dental problems early will help to avoid...
Without having seen your dog doing this rubbing, I'd suggest that the first possible explanation would be a tartar build-up along the teeth and gums that is irritating your dog's mouth.  You should also check...
As a general rule, most dogs can run into problems chewing on bones.  The bones frequently already have sharp edges on them and the dog can surely break off sharp fragments while chewing on the bone...
My dog has what appears to be a never-healing scab on her gum (outside of mouth) from chewing some hard dental chews. Is there something I can apply to the gum to get it to heal? Bleeding from the gums...
as if the discharge was purulent (yellow-green, like pus).  A lot depends on the breed of your dog, its age, and whether you keep the dog inside or outside. Some of the short-faced dogs tend to have a lot more eye discharge, even...
Inflamed gums, heart disease linked by Invisalign topdentist of your dentist, for a new study has revealed a link between inflamed gums and heart disease. Scientists... :- Inflamed gums, heart disease linked ...
Dog toxic xylitol in gums, mints, desserts ... and now drugs by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine I've written about the dog-toxicity of the popular sugar substitute xylitol so often and so fervently that a Google search for "xylitol and dogs" digs up my past posts on the subject among the first...
to determine blood loss is to monitor the color of your dogs gums or the conjuctiva (soft tissue) lining... is. But unless he has dark pigment in his gums, which some dogs do, his gums should be a moiste pink. If you're not sure...
You need to take your daughter to her pediatrician for evaluation and treatment.  Your description seems to indicate that this is generalized throughout her mouth--a tooth abscess would be confined to the localized area arou

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