About what age do they do that? We were playing tug-of-war with his rope and I noticed blood on it. I knew it wasn't my blood, so I checked his mouth out. It looked like he had a back tooth that was kinda crooked. Half in his gum, half out. Sorry for not know exactly, but he was born in May or June. I think we got him in August when he was about eight or nine weeks old. P.S. He doesn't chew on stuff as much, nor is he peeing all the time when sad, scared, happy, etc. =o) Only when he's EXTREMELY scared. Like when my husband catches him trying to steal food from the kids. lol
Between 2-4 months of age. Most puppies will have lost all their baby teeth by 6 months of age. It is a good idea to keep an eye on the teeth. If they have retained teeth, it can mess up the bite. So if you see two canines coming through the gum on the same side ie as the baby tooth is still there and the permanant tooth as well, you might have to have your vet pop out the baby tooth so it does not push the permanant tooth into the wrong position.
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