What Age Do Dogs Stop Teething?

Answer

Dogs generally have two teething periods. The first phase usually goes from the fourth to the seventh month and the second takes place at 10 months. So, the time at which dogs stop teething depends on the phase of teething as well as the breed of dog in question.
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