Are Dogs Affected Mentally when they Lose their Canines?

My rescued Pitt bull just had dental surgery and he used to bark, although never showed any aggression when he saw other dogs. Now since the canine teeth removal, he totally ignores them. Could this be due to the procedure?

Editor Comment

it is possible that your dog's behavior change might be related to the dental surgery. The removal of canine teeth could have an impact on your dog's behavior or confidence, particularly if he's still healing or experiencing discomfort. Additionally, any medications your dog is taking for pain or inflammation could also be influencing his behavior.

It's important to monitor your dog closely and allow him time to recover from the surgery. If you're concerned about the change in behavior, it's always a good idea to consult with your veterinarian, as they can provide more specific advice based on your dog's medical history and individual circumstances.

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