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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-06-2014, 12:17 AM Thread Starter
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Question about dogs teeth.

My boys teeth are coming in right behind his baby teeth on the bottom front. His baby teeth are not even lose or falling out..Is this normal, and if not what can I do to help his teeth. I tease when I talk to people because gsd are known as land sharks, and now he has teeth like it .

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My boys teeth are coming in right behind his baby teeth on the bottom front. His baby teeth are not even lose or falling out..Is this normal, and if not what can I do to help his teeth. I tease when I talk to people because gsd are known as land sharks, and now he has teeth like it .

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I would try some ice cubes, see if that takes some of the sting away. I also mixed in some wet food just to soften it up so Olivia didn't have to gum it.
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Zoe had shark teeth too. It seemed like they would never fall out and her breath stank horribly.... Then one morning I let her out and the stench and baby teeth were gone! I did start giving her marrow bones to chew as well.

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Zoe had shark teeth too. It seemed like they would never fall out and her breath stank horribly.... Then one morning I let her out and the stench and baby teeth were gone! I did start giving her marrow bones to chew as well.

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Haha maybe this is why his breath is rankey. I give him greenies, and was wondering why they weren't working.

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