Dogs are part of the wolves’ specie. It has been quite a good deal having dogs around us. Companionship brings dogs and human together. dogs and human also benefit a lot from one another. Dogs have had a moment of suffering as humans tend to create their own unnatural selection for breeds. Selective breeding leads several health issues.
An example of a health problem caused by selective breeding is misaligned teeth. for you to know whether your dog is suffering from teeth misalignment or not, you should check for overcrowded teeth within the mouth area. Misalignment of teeth would also be noticed when the teeth presses the gums or are in a very close contact with one another. Some type of dog breeds easily develop this condition. If the teeth are overcrowded, they may cause pain to the dog. It is not a must for the dog with misaligned teeth to feel pain.
There are so many things that can be done to solve the problem of teeth misalignment in your dog. Identifying teeth that are misaligned in the mouth of the dog is not a simple task. This is following the fact that it is only a smaller section of the dog’s teeth that may be visible. If you notice a bad smell form your dog’s moth or the dog chewing and wincing too much, it can be an indicator of teeth misalignment. These problem should be solved by providing the dog with the right dental chews and brushing the teeth regularly. The dental chews that you give to your dog should be the ones recommended by a professional vet. Your dog is prone to mouth infections or pain if the teeth roots pops out.
You can easily give treatment to your dog’s misaligned teeth. First, you should look for a good vet. The vet will thereafter perform an x-ray that will determine how severe the condition is. By identifying the symptoms of teeth misalignment in the dog, the vet will be able to know the most appropriate treatment for it. Mouth hygiene would be highly recommended by the et in case the dog has no pain.
Mouth hygiene will also be recommended if the dog has no issues when eating. If intervention is the best solution, your vet will only pull out the teeth causing the pain. However drastic it may be, it makes the most proper way that will make your dog feel better.
Selective breeding might have been the reason behind the misalignment of your fog’s teeth but you can find a way of making things right.