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Pippin&Gimli
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The vet looked in his mouth for a few minutes while he was awake and couldnt see anything that would cause grinding. When he does grind his teeth, he’s sitting in a comfortable position – no pressed tummy or painful posture. He eats and runs around while doing binkies. Poops are normal. The only thing I wish he did was drink more water.