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5 Month old playing fetch came back with this tooth broken. Seems loose. Until I can get in vet any advice. Isn’t bothering dog at all. Pic of other side for comparison, in not sure if this is adult tooth.

ideas? Advice until I can get in bet? First pic to show how big she is

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Oh yeah? I was getting nervous, the other tooth is very solid, I literally just came to the conclusion “oh yeah that’s an adult tooth” lol

Super wobbly, should I just pull it out? She’s not in pain

how can you tell they Are baby?
 

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Well, from my point of view, its too tiny for her mouth, like her other one, thats how you can tell

I love when they're just about to start losing them and they've got all these tiny sharp baby teeth in a really big mouth, it looks so silly
 

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That sounds 'far-fetched'. These baby teeth are sitting loose in the jaw. Is there any veterinary documentation on that? I used a jute fetch toy at that stage. No hard material as I remember how loose baby teeth can have razor sharp pieces still attached to the gums.
 
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