When Do Puppies Lose Their Baby Teeth

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  1. Janet martin says:

    Thank you so very much for the info! I guess I’m one of the lucky pet owners because our last puppy, she’s three people age now but I found three teeth and a whisker! Lol had to throw that in! Our newest puppy just turned three months so..Edward scissor teeth should be falling out anytime now!! Thanks again!!

  2. alice miller says:

    My chihuahua is 11 months and still has 2 baby teeth.. the vet want to pull them. My daughter who raises dogs says they will come out on their own. the only time she had the teeth pulled on her dogs, the dog got a terrible infection.. what is others opinion on this.. do not know what to do.

    1. Rl says:

      I suggest you listen to your vet. He/she does, afterall, have a degree in veterinary medicine. It’s not uncommon for smaller breeds to hang onto some baby teeth, often the canines. They should come out. Leaving them could be the very cause of your daughter’s dogs terrible infection. Those teeth sit there, causing malocclusion and trap even more gunk which leads to more dental disease. If your daughter has not lost her baby teeth in a timely fashion, the dentist would have suggested removing them, too. One of my sons had that happen.

  3. Chloe zollman says:

    My puppy is 5 months and this helped a lot because I saw that her 2front teeth wer missing this morning

  4. Terry Welles says:

    My puppy lost one of those little upper teeth at the front while chewing a metal chair leg and trying to get up at the same time. Will a tooth lost via mishap be replaced?

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