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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-25-2014, 11:19 AM Thread Starter
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after creating a topic to ask about teething I was checking Vicky's teeth and guess what I found a missing teeth, here is a pic imgur: the simple image sharer
I was told they start teething at 5-6 months and she is 13 weeks only..

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sorry she is 14 weeks not 13.

emm any answers?

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could just be that she teething a bit early
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I'd always heard 4-6 months but I just found an article that said 3 to 7 months, so obviously those are averages. Those aren't the starting ages though, that's the time frame for the whole process, which can take a few weeks or more.

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thanks alot!
I just thought that it broke and my dad kept blaming me for playing pulling the rope game with her

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Perseus started to lose his around the same time. He is now 5 months and all his adult teeth are in now.

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The front teeth come out around 16 weeks usually but just like kids every dog is different. Their back molars do not start coming out till 20-24 weeks. I say take it easy on tug games till his adult teeth start coming in, just let him win for a while.

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she always wins anyways xD
anyways thanks alot for your replies I hope she finishes teething asap to get her ears back up as one of them is down :/

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Vida lost most of her front teeth when she was about 3-4 months old. She turned 5 months old today, and lost one of her molars today as well. For the first time I managed to get the lost tooth away from her before she ate it
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post #10 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 07:05 AM Thread Starter
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How long does it take for a tooth to grow back?
for cats it grows back in less than 24 hours idk about dogs

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