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Old 04-23-2014, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I looked in Rebell's mouth for the first time in a week and all his puppy teeth were gone including the canines. 5 months and a week old and they are ALL gone, does this mean he will stop teething? Can I finally leave my shoes on the floor? They are so white and so big, his canines are getting big.


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Congrats! I wonder if it's a good time to start brushing?
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I was thinking more along the lines of him now having stronger teeth to chew up my tennis shoes


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A tennis shoe ??? Heck your pup will go through a tennis shoe like Shamu the killer whale going through a herd of fur seals...with his new chompers.

Seemed to me...after their adult teeth are all in and the gums no longer bothering them...they lighten up on the indiscriminate chewing....wondering if that has been your experience as well ?

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5 months?Wow pups grow fast. I would hate to get chewed on by those? Had yours stop the biting on humans yet? I can't wait tell mine stop biting with his needle teeth. My arms look like a cat attacked them.

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A tennis shoe ??? Heck your pup will go through a tennis shoe like Shamu the killer whale going through a herd of fur seals...with his new chompers.

Seemed to me...after their adult teeth are all in and the gums no longer bothering them...they lighten up on the indiscriminate chewing....wondering if that has been your experience as well ?

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*giggle* My experience has been that the chewing on everything in sight gets better but the stuff he does chew on gets destroyed a lot faster.

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5 months?Wow pups grow fast. I would hate to get chewed on by those? Had yours stop the biting on humans yet? I can't wait tell mine stop biting with his needle teeth. My arms look like a cat attacked them.

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He never chewed on people, my biggest problem is his nails, had a bad experience his first time. He won't hold still now so they are impossible to clip, he is learning not to jump up, how old is Diesel?



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He never chewed on people, my biggest problem is his nails, had a bad experience his first time. He won't hold still now so they are impossible to clip, he is learning not to jump up, how old is Diesel?



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Well I'm *blank* years old hehe. my pup is perseus, diesel is my nickname. he will be 3 months Sunday. The vet I take him to cuts his nails for me every visit, so I never had to cut them. I think I'm to scared too. But mine loves to bite all the time.

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