When Do Puppies Lose Their Baby Teeth?


Puppies start to lose their baby teeth around 4 months of age, although it can be as early as 3 months or as late as 6 months. These baby teeth are called milk teeth and are razor sharp.
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Just like human children, puppies and kittens lose their baby teeth. These teeth are also called "milk teeth" or in medical terms, deciduous teeth. Whatever the name, the
The average age in which a puppy will lose it's baby teeth is about 4 month
When a dog's baby teeth fall out depends on factors such as its breed, genetics and diet. The larger the breed of dog, the younger it will be when its puppy teeth fall out; the smaller
puppies lose their teeth throughout their first 6 months in most cases.
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When Do Puppies Lose Their Baby Teeth?
Puppies lose their baby teeth (milk or deciduous teeth) when they are about 5 months old. This can vary from as little as 5 months to as long as 8 months, unless the tooth refuses to drop off.... More »
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