20 Facts to Know How Long do Puppies Teeth

Teething for puppies can be as painful as that for humans. The only thing is that they know how to manage their pain and hence find out different ways to treat themselves. But being the owner of your pet, it also becomes your responsibility to have a check at its teething tenure and to help him out in developing his full set of permanent teeth.

It has been noticed and said that by the second month, puppies develop all their milk teeth and by the eighth month these milk teeth are replaced by the permanent teeth.

There are some of these facts about how long your puppies will teeth.

(1) The first 8 weeks

Puppies that are there with their mother and other litters till 8 weeks are known to be more socialized. They learn and develop the proper ways of teething and hence you do not have to take much trouble.

How Long do Puppies Teeth

(2) Do not separate puppies from other litters

There are many people who adopt puppies in 4 weeks time. This stops the puppies from learning some of the most important rules of life and this can be bad for his future.

(3) Puppy classes

In case if you have already taken the puppy away from the mother and other litters; a better way is to get him into some puppy classes where he can learn his ways again.

How Long do Puppies Teeth Chew toys

(4) Chew toys

This is the proper time when the puppies must be needing the chew toys else they will start attacking other objects at home such as your expensive shoes.

(5) Kong balls

Puppies Teeth Kong balls

Along with the chew toys, providing the puppies with kong balls will be a great way of allow him to chew and also some nutritious food at the same time.

(6) Something soothing

Feel the kong balls with ice so that it can help in soothing the inflammation of the gums.

(7) Hand feed him

Hand feed to Puppies

During the teething time, it is good to hand feed the puppies. This will keep him away from the pain that he may go through while eating his food on his own. Also it teaches him the way of getting treats and rewards.

(8) The resting time

If there is a crate for your puppy, fill it up with some good chew toys, so that he can have them even when he is resting.

(9) Play time

If you have not registered your puppy with a training center, make sure that you take him out to play with some other puppies and well socialized dogs, so that he can learn things.

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(10) Biting vs chewing

Sometimes you may see that he is biting on the toys. This is the time to change the old toy and gets him some new toys to change his mind.

(11) Milk canines to the permanent canines

Before six months, the puppies should have developed the permanent canines after dropping down the milk canines. These are now dangerous for humans and hence you should get your puppy vaccinated this time.

(12) The sixth month

The sixth month is crucial as they start getting a new set of teeth that was not there before and these are the molars.

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(13) Meet vet by sixth month

It is important to meet the vet after the molars are grown. They will check whether are teeth set are properly aligned or not.

(14) Continued teething even after sixth month

Not all dogs may have got all their permanent teeth by six months. There are also many breed who take as much as eight months to complete this process.

(15) Teething – a habit

Even after the eighth month, you will notice some dogs have the chewing habit. This is because they have got this habit and now they are enjoying doing so.

(16) Remove different objects

The permanent teeth are strong and sharp. Your dog may be enjoying chewing your shoes, bags, pipes and others. But this destroys your stuff. This is the time to hide your belongings.

(17) Chewing toys – continued

Puppies Chewing toys

If he is still having a habit of chewing, provide him with the chewing toy even now.

(18) Visit the doctor time to time

It is important to visit the vet dentist from time to time, in the similar manner how you are advised to visit your dentist from time to time.

(19) Developing a habit of biting

Continued habit of chewing may lead to biting also. Hence, it is important to help him leave this habit.

(20) Get rid of the habit

You can either train him at home to stop teething by providing him treats for not doing so or can get a trainer to train him perfectly.

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