Top 10 Dog Breeds with the Best Teeth

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Nobody likes having a toothache, and you certainly do not want your poor little furever furiend to have a toothache either. It is impawtant to take your poochie to see a veterinary professional regularly and keep an eye on your pup’s teeth. You can help keep your furry friend's teeth healthy by brushing their teeth daily with special doggy toothpaste, and providing them with tartar fighting treats and bones. Some dawgs are more prone to dental disease, regardless of how pampered they are, while others have been gifted with stronger teeth. If you are looking for a pup whose teeth will last, we have listed the top 10 breeds with the best sets around!

#1 Beagle

The Beagle is number one on our list because they not only have great teeth, they are also one of the top 10 on the AKC’s list of the most pawpular breeds. And for a good reason; these little poochie-poos are fun-loving, adorable, laid back, and easy to care for. They love kids and other pets, and they can also be a good hunting buddy.

#2 Siberian Husky

Thi pawsitively gorgeous Siberian doggo is known for their thick fur, beautiful blue eyes, super smart intelligence, and fun fursonality. Their coat is super soft and can keep them warm in even the coldest weather. Although they were bred to be sled dogs, these pups are typically kept as family pets or show dogs nowadays.

#3 Beaski

With a furocious name like Beaski, you may be expecting a beast-like animal, but this lovable pup is just an adorable mix of the Beagle and the Siberian Husky. They are easygoing, loyal, lovable, and smart as a whip. Both breeds are bred to work in a pack so they are both great with other dogs although the Beagle may try to hunt smaller animals. 

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#4 Australian Shepherd

Another pawesome pooch with ice-blue eyes is the Australian Shepherd, and these dawgs have amazing coats of diffurent colors such as blue, red, and black with a merle pattern that makes them stand out from other shepherds. They are pawsitively great at shepherding too, love kids and other pets, and are super smart.

#5 Border Collie

The Border Collie is a very playful pup who is always alert and eager to please. They love to work, are easy to train, and they’re also very fond of kids and enjoy playing all the time. They may try to herd small children and pets, but otherwise, they are great family pets as long as they have something to do to keep them busy.

#6 Border Aussie

What will you get when you combine an Australian Shepherd and a Border Collie? A Border Aussie with a fantastic smile, beautiful coat, and a herding instinct that will help you out if you have a herd to tame, or little humans to contain. They sometimes have one blue and one brown eye which makes them unique and stunning.

#7 Alaskan Malamute

The Alaskan Malamute is a large pooch, and like the Siberian Husky, was bred to sled. However, they're also excellent guard dogs and can hunt as good as most hunting breeds. In fact, they were also bred to hunt seals and polar bears, just in case you happen to be hunting these cold-weather critters.

#8 Alusky

Mixing the two most exquisite dawgs on the list, the Husky and the Malamute will give you one pawsitively pretty pooch with a hunting and sledding drive to boot. They are also easily trainable, love to play, are incredibly intelligent, and can make excellent guard dogs as well. They do have a ton of energy, so they do need daily exercise.

#9 German Shorthaired Pointer

The pawfect pointing ability of the German Pointer is legendary, and this dawg will come to point on anything they are trained to point at and then some. These pooches are furrific hunting partners since they can scent as well as point because of their Bloodhound ancestry. These pups also make lovable and loyal companion pets.

#10 Border Point

When you mix a Border Collie with a German Shorthaired Pointer, you get a hunting dog with the uncanny ability to herd the prey, as well as find it and point to it. In fact, the only thing you'll need to do is bring your gun, and your Border Point can do the rest.