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My puppy is 7 months old and still in the process of losing his baby teeth. I'm not sure exactly when it started because I didn't notice right away. One day about 1-1 1/2 months ago, I was playing with him and noticed he had two rows of teeth in his mouth (like a shark).It was bizarre. The adult teeth had come in behind the baby teeth and were pushing the baby teeth forwards and out. His top teeth are almost all done, just one little baby tooth hanging on for dear life. It's all wiggly though. The bottom teeth seem to be taking longer but all the baby teeth are loose.
They generally start loosing them at around 4 to 5 months of age, regardless of breed. The front canines are the last teeth to come in. Be sure you check on the teeth and make sure your dog is actually loosing his puppy teeth. Some dogs the puppy teeth don't fall out and must be surgically removed.
Minniyar, Toby/s bottom baby teeth are still there, but they are loose. Should I wiggle them everyday, to get them out? I don't want him to have them surgically removed. No more anestetics ( sp?).!! I don't like it when I have anes. and I don't want him to have anymore if I can help it. He already has been neutered, so having the teeth out during that isn't an option.
my pup has lost 3 front puppy teeth, she is 4 months old. Within one week her new teeth are already coming in the vacant spots. she chews on a lot of stuff, hard and soft, and i give her ice cubes to help with the pain (if there is any) its soooo funny to see them have a little gap where a tooth used to be.
I have a 21 week old GSD female and she has been losing teeth by a record number. She is really chewing on everything including us. We are a little concerned that when her teeth fall out there seems to be alot of blood. Is this normal??
***Edited By: MOMMIEGSD on 4/9/2005 11:16:26 PM*** Reason: spelling
There are a lot of bloodvessels in the gums, they bleed its what they do. Teeth start to come out at around 16 weeks and then it takes forever, or until everything has had an attmpted chewing attack until its done.
Leave them be, give them hard toys, rope toys etc to work their jaws on. Wetting rope toys and freezing htem is like a teething ring for some of them.