Dog Teeth Fall Out?

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Yes dog’s teeth fall out. It’s like when we lose a tooth but dogs do some thing with their teeth i have seen before. Cats and dogs do lose their baby teeth and get an adult set. A 3-year-old cat already has an adult set. It sounds like your cat has dental disease which would cause bad breath and teeth to fall out. Have your veterinarian check the teeth. Loose teeth are painful and your vet may wish to clean and removed diseased teeth from your pet. Puppies and adult dogs do not have the same amount of teeth. Puppies have 28 small teeth. Adult dogs have 20 teeth in their upper jaw and 22 in the lower one. There are 42 teeth present in adult dogs. There are 12 incisors, 4 canine teeth, 16 premolars, and 10 molars. Puppies only have 28 deciduous teeth.
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