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When does a puppy start teething?

I was just curious when teething starts and ends? Also will anything change behavior wise, eating, stool change, sleeping? I hate that I can't remember these things from my last puppy. Probably cause that was 9 years ago

I always want to say Diesel is teething but I dont think he is. I like to make an excuse for the nipping haha

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When there awake lol
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Hahaha that is for sure! Diesel has his teeth on everything! His favorite is eating me.

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12 weeks up to 7 months

I kept a record of Bronsons weight/teething. He lost his first incisors at 13 weeks and had all his adult teeth fully in at 5 months.

He liked to chew ice while teething

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12 weeks up to 7 months

I kept a record of Bronsons weight/teething. He lost his first incisors at 13 weeks and had all his adult teeth fully in at 5 months.

He liked to chew ice while teething
Diesel is 14 Weeks but I never noticed any teeth missing or new ones coming in.

He loves ice too!

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I started finding teeth on the floor from 3 months till 5 months.
Haven't seen any for longer then a week now, maybe 2.

nothing changed behaviour wise in Lexi while she was going through it.

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I started finding teeth on the floor from 3 months till 5 months.
Haven't seen any for longer then a week now, maybe 2.

nothing changed behaviour wise in Lexi while she was going through it.
Do they normal fall out and you find them? I heard some dogs swallow them.

Thanks for the info. That's what I was looking for.

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Do they normal fall out and you find them? I heard some dogs swallow them.

Thanks for the info. That's what I was looking for.
I only found the larger ones when Koa lost them .... and while playing a game of tug one day one flew out and smacked me in the face! I think, if I remember right, Koa was between three and five-ish months as well. He had actually lost a few before I noticed, so my guess is that he swallowed some of the smaller ones.

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Do they normal fall out and you find them? I heard some dogs swallow them.

Thanks for the info. That's what I was looking for.
no problem. he will likely swallow a few.

After playing a game of tug with Lexi I noticed some blood on the rope so I stopped playing. She came up to me and was licking her chops a lot, a second later a tooth fell on my lap

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The question should be, when do they stop teething hahaha

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no problem. he will likely swallow a few.

After playing a game of tug with Lexi I noticed some blood on the rope so I stopped playing. She came up to me and was licking her chops a lot, a second later a tooth fell on my lap
That makes sense haha he had a little bit of blood the other day when he was biting a bully stick but I didn't think anything of it.

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I only found the larger ones when Koa lost them .... and while playing a game of tug one day one flew out and smacked me in the face! I think, if I remember right, Koa was between three and five-ish months as well. He had actually lost a few before I noticed, so my guess is that he swallowed some of the smaller ones.
I'm guessing Diesel has started teething then since he's 4 months. It would explain him enjoying really chewing on things now.

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The question should be, when do they stop teething hahaha
Oh great it goes on forever haha

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I've been giving Callie frozen large carrots to gnaw on.. it makes a mess, but I figure the cold feels good. With our last dog, he had lost all of his baby teeth and had a full set of adult teeth by 6 1/2 months, and hes now 8mo and we haven't had a single chewing accident since


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I've been giving Callie frozen large carrots to gnaw on.. it makes a mess, but I figure the cold feels good. With our last dog, he had lost all of his baby teeth and had a full set of adult teeth by 6 1/2 months, and hes now 8mo and we haven't had a single chewing accident since
Carrots are good... Only time I found a few baby teeth, is when Nubis is chewing a carrot. And they were Teenie molars.

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Well I just made a whole thread about Diesel's teeth adventure today haha funny story.

We ended up going to the vet and she actually said he has a couple wiggly teeth so he's definitely teething.

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