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When do puppies stop teething?

My puppy won't stop biting, I think it's because he is teething? Can anyone give tips and also include when they stop teething?

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This is a very important time to teach your puppy not to bite. I put soft rubber (kong type) toys in the freezer so they'd also provided some cool comfort to my pups gums while she was teething. I'd be careful not to freeze anything that's going to become rock hard though, might do more harm than good.

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It's a phase all puppies go through. Lasts for a variable amount of time. I just gently reprimand them when they bite, and give them something appropriate to bite.

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give him the big bones. he will want to chew on these because yes he is teething. puppies chew on things so that the teeth will cut faster and so they wont be in pain for a long amount of time. and it depends on the breed when they stop teething. some breeds take up to three years to lose all of their puppy teeth and or their adult teeth to stop coming in

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Give puppy some chew toys. Like babies, a puppy needs time to grow and each one grows at a different pace. Ask a vet [ by phone should be ok ] this question for more exact answers. Have a good week:)

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I think they stop after about a year, But don't quote me on that

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