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Greys can get along pretty well with very few (or no) teeth. I don't think it matters so much how many he has, but where they're located. If he has at least a couple opposable molars he can chew better than if he has none.


Mine don't really chew their kibble anyway! I have put their kibble in the blender and whirled it into kibble dust after dentals and such. It works pretty good.


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I adopted a retired stud dog back in 1999. He lost 21 teeth during his first & only dental.


Motorcade had no problem with the missing teeth. He actually ate much better once they were removed because the pain in his mouth was gone.


He was back on his kibble based diet the day after surgery with no problems



Jennifer Watkins

Shamrock Greyhound Placement

Louisville, KY

Jennifer Watkins

Shamrock Greyhound Placement, Louisville, KY

Greyhound Festival of the Bluegrass -July 19-21, 2013

Holiday Inn/Hurstbourne, Louisville KY

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