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I gave mine rubber toys, nylabones, pig ears, all kinds of chewies to keep the pup off objects I didn't want chewed up /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif
 

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Mine all loved frozen dish cloths. I would soak the cloth with water and freeze. They would chew on them forever without pain so it must have numbed the gums. I was cleaning out my kitchen "catch everything" drawer the other day. Amazing how many puppy teeth I have saved :p Julie
 

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Oh great, I am not alone. I saved a bunch of Marley's too!

Give anything that he can chew on to soothe the gums. I had a bone from Petsmart that I could soak in water and freeze. He loved it. Similar to the dishcloths.
 

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You know I never worry about what to give them when they start chewing, just worry about things I do not want them to chew. So just to lure them away I'll give them raw hide, chew stick etc.
One thing for sure, dogs do not cry when teething.
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Quote:Originally posted by GloverCharlie:
what age do they start loosing their baby teeth?
From about 4 months until about 8 months.... keep the cables off of him!!! Chloe went through 2 laptop AC adaptors ($70 each /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif !!!!!!!!!!).
 
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