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Thankfully.

Lisl still lays down with a rawhide stick to give it a workover, but her chewing is starting to decrease now that all of her primary teeth have erupted and are growing.

I expect it to continue for a while longer as they grow, but the worst seems to be over. I am so glad I taught her bite inhibition as those teeth and that jaw could really put a hurt on my hand and arm.

These new teeth aren't nearly as sharp as those tiny little puppy teeth, but they will still hurt with enough jaw pressure.
 

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You sure were smart to work on her bite inhibition when she was a puppy. Yes, I agree with you, it is great when the "chew everything in sight stage" is over.
 
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