Thursday, June 26, 2014

When do dogs stop teething?

The teeth of puppies grow until the age of 4-5 months. However, those are the baby teeth, just like in the case of humans. At this age, you will see the dog exploring around with his mouth, chewing on anything that he finds. It is a difficult period for the dog owner, especially because the teeth will start to fall, and to be replaced with the mature teeth. Those will grow until the age of 8 months. If the dog continues to chew objects around the house, it means that the teeth are not to blame. In this case, only a professional trainer might help the dog to “forget” about this annoying habit. 

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