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Old 07-18-2007, 07:10 PM   #1
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My millie is 5 months and her 2 front puppy K9's still havnt fallen out yet and the vet said that wud happen weeks ago..
Im wondering if this is common will she need assistance, I cant see any evidence that the new teeth are coming through...

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Don't worry ... 5-6 months is quite common. Ozzy had about a 3 week stretch starting around 5 months.

I gave him lots of carrots that were frozen for teething chews.
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OK thanks for that I will stop worrying... Carrots thats a great healthy idea

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Dogs are like children, each one will hit different milestones at different ages.

When I was young, my baby teeth didn't start coming out until I was 6 and the normal age is 5.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with your dog, he's just taking longer to teeth is all. Just be consistent in providing him with things to chew on as he's teething and they'll fall out when they're ready : )

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Yes my pup is 16weeks at at the chewy stage too...I give him plenty of fresh bones to chew (not cooked ones) ..rawhide chews - but be careful to supervise your pup...and carrots ..especially chilled or frozen ..they love these too
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Old 07-19-2007, 07:29 PM   #6
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Thanks all for the input Im not in the least worried now..

She will spit her teeth out when she is good and ready..

The carrot suggestion was an instant hit, check millie out in picture forum wrestling with her first carrot

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