Get your Facts About Puppy Teeth

Puppies, like most mammals are born completely toothless. They begin to get their puppy teeth between 2 and 4 weeks of age. The puppys’ mouth contain a total of 28 razor sharp teeth. This puppy teeth stay in until the between the age of 12 and 14 weeks, that’s when their adult teeth start coming through. Adult dogs have 42 teeth, all 42 teeth come in by the time they are 6 months of age.

Dealing with puppies during their teething times can be a hassle. The teeth pushing through their gums can cause discomfort which results in your puppy chewing on things to try and alleviate the pain.


Here are some helpful tips on ways to keep your teething pup busy.

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