Do Dogs Lose Teeth?

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Dogs loose teeth naturally when they attain 4 months. These are the baby teeth that are shed in order for adult teeth to grow and will usually number 28. Shedding teeth is hardly noticeable as the adult teeth will grow quickly.
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Dogs lose their baby teeth around 4 years of age. Most people don't notice when their dog loses its teeth. Most teeth will be lost while chewing on a toy.You can find more information
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Injuries from accidents, falls or fights can knock out or loosen teeth. Dogs in the habit of chewing wood, rocks or other very hard items will have damaged teeth. Dogs are prone to
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It all depends on the breed. The typical age is anywhere from 8-14 months. They loose there teeth when they are aproximatly 1 year old.
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Depending on the dog's size and breed, between 3 & 6 months, with a few stubborn
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