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02-27-2014 10:57 PM
B&Cgetapup Rommel has been shedding teeth as well, we give lots of ice and chews. Playing tug and having his best-friend-GSD Pikachu come over to play seem to get those things out well! He's lost three big ole molars this week and the canines are pushing in. I made him a giant ice cube today and he LOVED it.

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02-26-2014 11:30 PM
kelsm11 Thank you all! It ended up falling out this morning! He seems so much happier!!

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02-25-2014 09:45 PM
tomas13216 We gave our boy ice cubes and a red Kong toy with a treat inside. They would both help with his teething. He is almost two yrs. old now and still loves his Kong toys. Be patient, it will pass. Good luck!
02-25-2014 09:28 PM
Alli.baby Mines 5.2 months & we just went through that. Just let the teeth fall out by themselves. Also, give your puppy some ice to chew on. Helps with the discomfort. Good luck.

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02-25-2014 09:01 PM
kelsm11
Teething

We have a five month old GSD and he is losing teeth like crazy. He is chewing on everything, especially hands! We've tried rubbing his gums, rubber toys, and a nylabone. If a tooth is loose should we do anything about it? He has a tooth loose along with a new tooth growing behind it. Any suggestions on what we should do?

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