Puppies have 28 baby teeth, and adult dogs have 42 permanent teeth.
Yes, dogs lose their baby teeth and replace them with permanent teeth. This process usually happens between 3 and 7 months of age.
The first baby teeth to fall out are usually the incisors, followed by the canines and premolars. The molars are usually the last to fall out.
If your dog loses a tooth, it is not usually a cause for concern. However, if your dog is in pain or bleeding, you should take them to the vet.
Brushing their teeth regularly.
The signs of dental problems in dogs can include: Bad breath, Red or swollen gums,etc .
The best way to prevent dental problems in dogs is to brush their teeth regularly and take them to the vet for regular dental checkups.