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07-06-2014 08:23 PM
owens91 Yea compared to the other dogs I've had she's got ti y little chompers....and some bad breathe I might add haha
07-06-2014 07:08 PM
shepherdmom
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Yeah...the shedding...she's young and going through changes...you'll figure out the shedding schedule soon enough.

SuperG

Haha schedule and by that you mean it never stops right


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07-06-2014 06:52 PM
SuperG
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i cant even tell if she's teething, i havent seen any teeth fall out or nothing like that, she is shedding a bit much but i dont know if thats because of the heat or not
Many times dog owners don't see many of the puppy teeth falling out....however, it should be somewhat obvious to you when you check her over and get her used to you being able to examine her....including her mouth and jaws. Besides the blood many times on a chew toy or other favorite, it should be pretty obvious when those puppy needle teeth give way to her adult chompers....

Yeah...the shedding...she's young and going through changes...you'll figure out the shedding schedule soon enough.

SuperG
07-06-2014 06:46 PM
Thewretched Most petsmarts have a scale you can use for free


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07-06-2014 06:46 PM
owens91
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Most dogs grow at a somewhat predictable rate....however many make up the exceptions.

Is your pup done teething and have all her adult teeth....might be going through that stage now....might require the pup's "growth" to be focused on other non-obvious development.....lots of things growing/developing in a pup that age...especially bones and growth plates.


SuperG
i cant even tell if she's teething, i havent seen any teeth fall out or nothing like that, she is shedding a bit much but i dont know if thats because of the heat or not
07-06-2014 06:44 PM
d4mmo My pup has gone up in weight but not gotten any taller or longer in a month. He is now 6 months


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07-06-2014 06:42 PM
SuperG Most dogs grow at a somewhat predictable rate....however many make up the exceptions.

Is your pup done teething and have all her adult teeth....might be going through that stage now....might require the pup's "growth" to be focused on other non-obvious development.....lots of things growing/developing in a pup that age...especially bones and growth plates.


SuperG
07-06-2014 06:30 PM
lalachka You see him every day and probably don't notice the changes. But yeah, a scale would help
07-06-2014 06:23 PM
owens91 ugh wish i had a scale or something around
07-06-2014 06:22 PM
Ace GSD I think in height maybe a year but for mass about 2 years. But every dogs are different. I think 4 months is way too early for a puppy to stop growing .
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