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Visual difference between puppy and adult teeth?

Got a new, young, furry love in your life? This is the place for you to ask all of your questions-big or small! Just remember that you are receiving advice from other dog owners and lovers... not professionals. If you have a major problem, always seek the advice of a vet or behaviorist! Most important is to remember to have fun with your new fur baby.

  
Chloe

I'm in charge- around here!
 
 
Barked: Sat Oct 20, '07 11:49pm PST 
I'm starting to grow new teeth and now mommy can't tell the new from the old. Guess she hasn't been paying attention to my teeth very well!
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Rocky

it's mine
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 21, '07 6:53am PST 
the adult teeth are more rounded at the tip so they are less sharp
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Tennessee

I'm a blessing.
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 21, '07 7:27am PST 
Mom says thank goodness they arent as sharp!
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Buster

This dog was- made for Suzie!
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 21, '07 8:21am PST 
The adult teeth are way bigger!
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Cricket

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Barked: Tue Oct 23, '07 4:26pm PST 
Adult teeth are thicker and larger. The puppy teeth are thinner and sharp pins.

I have noticed front teeth get replaced first, then back, then canines. Or something like that.

Cricket is still teething at almost 6 months old.
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Byron

Small dogs can- have BIG jobs!
 
 
Barked: Thu Oct 25, '07 10:15pm PST 
Don't forget to keep a close eye on your pup's canine (or eye) teeth. Often in toy dogs, these teeth are retained and lead to "double fangs." If such a tooth is retained, it can cause the new tooth to grow in crooked. So if you start seeing double fangs, you may want to consult your vet to have the puppy canines removed. Usually this is done when the puppy goes in for altering.
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