Mishaels post elsewhere prompted this question... I have an almost 9 year old doe. About a year and a half ago we had cause to have her head x-rayed and at that time the vet pronouunced her teeth to be in great condition. She seems to be eating fine, etc, nothing to indicate that there is a problem. She is a bit thinner that I would like, we have fecaled and all seems well, we have been told that much of it cold just be that, well, she is almost nine years old! I want to know, though, what should I be looking for to indicate that her teeth are still working as they should. I assume that checking teeth periodically is reasonable when you own an older animal, but my question at this point is what exactly so I look for?