So I noticed right away when I got Cheshire that he had an issue with eating. He eats, but he has a hard time it seems. It takes him longer to get through a lab block than normal and he would actually prefer to lap the crumbs up from the ground than chew the block. When I went to the vet I asked her to check his teeth and she told me that it was too difficult to do without sedation...red flag there which is sad because I love this clinic and a certain vet that works there. Unfortunately the one I like is the owner of the clinic and doesn't have set schedules, she just shows up! But she actually showed me both my older boys teeth when I brought them in for their yearly checkup. So I was a bit offput when this one said she couldn't do it without sedation, but I let it go and went home. Well i saw Cheshire yawn today and noticed only one prominent tooth at the bottom. I think I saw another little one next to it but whether it was broken or just hadn't fully grown I'm not sure. Basically I'm just worried that it's an issue for him. Is this common? Do you think it hurts him to eat, or in general? Just please some advice or input because I'm really worried about him.