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Prince turns 18 weeks old today and he already lost 4 baby teeth . Is it normal? or maybe he was playing to hard with his chew toys???
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Prince turns 18 weeks old today and he already lost 4 baby teeth . Is it normal? or maybe he was playing to hard with his chew toys???
Oh poor little puppy he is really cute, i dont know is it normal to dogs lose teeths. Im new here too who love havaanese breed and i must learn about that breed a lot still.
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I'm not sure either, maybe talk to your vet about it?


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Benny hasn't lost any teeth yet, and he spends lots of time chewing. Liz said something about how her pups lose their baby teeth by 9 months, so not to have the doctor pull any out in advance. Liz also said that these dogs aren't big eaters, and Benny loves his food!

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It is perfectly normal for a puppy Prince's age to be losing baby teeth. You may even notice a tooth on the floor or stuck in a toy. Sometimes you may see a little blood staining around their muzzle too. Molly is seven months old and is still losing her teeth. She only has three more to go. Don't be surprised if you see a double row of teeth. Sometimes the adult teeth come in before the baby teeth have fallen out. Usually the vet will take care of any problem teeth when they get spayed or neutered.



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Truffles lost her baby teeth at the same age. One time I noticed Scout and Truffles sniffing around the floor after playing and found a tooth. Another time I was brushing her teeth and one fell out. The canine teeth were the last to come in.
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I can almost see a tooth coming in is it? Remember to start brushing the teeth. My Havanese at age 3 3/4 just had all her top teeth pulled except the two canines. And had about 5 bottom pulled because I didn't brush! Cost was $650.00

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Benny hasn't lost any teeth yet, and he spends lots of time chewing. Liz said something about how her pups lose their baby teeth by 9 months, so not to have the doctor pull any out in advance. Liz also said that these dogs aren't big eaters, and Benny loves his food!

Prince LOVES to eat, no matter what kind of foods, kibbles, dehydrated, or canned. I've started feeding him to HK embark since last Sat, and he's handling good.
He just finished a middle side Himalaya chew today.......

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It is perfectly normal for a puppy Prince's age to be losing baby teeth. You may even notice a tooth on the floor or stuck in a toy. Sometimes you may see a little blood staining around their muzzle too. Molly is seven months old and is still losing her teeth. She only has three more to go. Don't be surprised if you see a double row of teeth. Sometimes the adult teeth come in before the baby teeth have fallen out. Usually the vet will take care of any problem teeth when they get spayed or neutered.
Actually I found one tooth stuck in his beard.... its so tiny.

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I can almost see a tooth coming in is it? Remember to start brushing the teeth. My Havanese at age 3 3/4 just had all her top teeth pulled except the two canines. And had about 5 bottom pulled because I didn't brush! Cost was $650.00
good eyes, the button one is out !
I did brush his teeth and he's doing "ok" with it. He LOVE to lick/chew the toothpaste and the toothbrush.
I "try" to brush it everyday or at least every other day.
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