Yep, you can still feed the dog dry dog food. All you need today is soak the dry dog food in a little water mixed with some mineral oils and let it sit say half an hour. The dry dog food should now be soft enough for the dog to use its gums or just lick them up with its tongue and swallow without any complications.
2. Wet Canned Food
Wet canned food can be a bit more expensive than dried dog food. It contains soft meat and sometimes mixed with grains that simply do not need to be chewed by your dog. If you have a dog having difficulty chewing or lost its teeth. You can invest in giving the animal wet canned foods. They are healthy for the animal and is packed with what dogs really should be eating; meat!
3. Home Made Soft Foods
You can make your own home made dog soft food for your dog with missing teeth. Here is a little recipe that you can use and your dog will love you for it. Get some rice and boil it until it is soft. Simply pop out a few tins of sardine and mix it in that soft rice. Share it when it is cool enough for your dog to eat. You can also substitute very thin strips of chicken or beef for the sardine and feed your dog.
4. NO BONES
A dog with lose teeth or no tooth should never be given bones to chew. Bones are tough and this may aid in the loosening and lose of any remaining teeth the dog has.
Install Titanium Dog Teeth
If you have the cash and want to see your dog biting again. You can visit the dog dentist and have implants done. This is done with many service dogs especially those of the police force. Titanium implants are used for those dogs that are especially trained to bite. Mis-biting can lead to broken tooth which most often will lead to replacing the tooth. Titanium implants are normally the chosen option.