Do Dogs Teeth Grow Back?

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Dog's teeth can grow back depending on the age of the dog. If the dog is too old, then the teeth will not grow. If the dog has a gum disease and the area is left untreated, it will then lead to tooth decay and tooth loss.
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Dogs teeth grow back by themselves you just have to be patient.
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Yes. Puppies lose their deciduous teeth at 3-6 months of age! If older dogs loose teeth, they don't come back!
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