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My puppy is 5.5 months old.
I have noticed on her big bone that we give her that there is blood from her chewing it. She does chew it very hard, is the bleeding normal durring this period of time?
 

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Yes. Obviously if the bleeding doesn't stop, something is wrong; but generally they bleed a little and it stops, just like 6-7 year olds (humans) that teeth.
 

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thank you for the reply.
It is only on her bone. I checked her teeth and there is no blood in her mouth.

When does teething usualy end? or basicaly, when can I look forward to her not wanting to eat my kids toys!
 

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We had Maggie spayed at 6 months and at that point the vet pulled two baby teeth that should have come out (the new ones were already in place). After those teeth came out, she started to quit chewing everything in sight and learned just to chew her bone and toys.
 

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Originally Posted By: Bridythank you for the reply.
It is only on her bone. I checked her teeth and there is no blood in her mouth.

When does teething usualy end? or basicaly, when can I look forward to her not wanting to eat my kids toys!
Usually around 7-8 months. You'll see when her chewing on semi-soft objects will reduce dramatically. You will also see that the tiny white needles for teeth are all gone and ivory stong one replace them!
 
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