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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-10-2016, 02:22 AM Thread Starter
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Teeth - when do they start to come out?

Just wondering if GSD puppies have their teeth to come out a bit later than at 12 weeks. Rex is 4 months today and no signs of adult teeth yet. He is very mouthy and particularly whiny last 3 days, but all of his baby teeth are still here.
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Sounds like he's teething. My boys started about that age and it went til about 6 months I guess, then they had all their adult teeth.
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In their 5th month. The process only takes a few weeks. Don't have your hopes to high that with the puppy teeth gone, the biting will stop
During one tug game with Deja, Cam lost three of his puppy teeth.
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the little front ones between teh canines come out first - usually 18 weeks or so - then they keep going - canines seem to usually be last - 6 months - if they don't come out while adults coming in - get to the vet to pull them...

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-11-2016, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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Sounds like he's teething. My boys started about that age and it went til about 6 months I guess, then they had all their adult teeth.
Thank you, it is good to know my pup is not the only one starting teething late-ish. My friend has a husky who is 2 weeks older than my pup and she's done teething, Rex is a late bloomer..

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In their 5th month. The process only takes a few weeks. Don't have your hopes to high that with the puppy teeth gone, the biting will stop
During one tug game with Deja, Cam lost three of his puppy teeth.
That late? I'm ok with biting, but still hopeful.... Bite inhibition didn't work, but he stops when commanded.

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the little front ones between teh canines come out first - usually 18 weeks or so - then they keep going - canines seem to usually be last - 6 months - if they don't come out while adults coming in - get to the vet to pull them...

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he is 17 weeks now. Checked this morning - front ones are funny looking, kind of poking out at weird angle.
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-31-2016, 03:23 PM
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Mine started a week shy from his 5th month birthday. Teeth EVERYWHERE, we would find them while tugging, eating, sitting next to us... he literally only have a few teeth and basically just gum - it was really cute, the tug slipped right through. All of his adult teeth just broke through now, 2 weeks after being gummy granny. Every morning the teeth looks bigger and scarier, i dont think it will take long at all for the teeth to be fully filled.
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