Google uses web crawlers to discover and index web pages on the internet. When a crawler encounters a dynamic page, it may process the page and extract its content to index it. However, due to the dynamic nature of these pages, it can sometimes be more difficult for the crawler to understand and index the content effectively. To improve the crawlability of dynamic pages, it's best to provide a clear and consistent URL structure, ensure that all content is accessible through static URLs, and use technologies like AJAX and pushState to dynamically update the content on a page without changing the URL. Additionally, providing an XML sitemap can help Google understand the structure of your website and find all of your pages.