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Well Snoopy is just over 4 months old now and i've noticed that a couple of her front teeth are missing.. and there are little blood spots there instead...
also yesterday she took off with some clothes and when i got them back there was blood on them.. noticed this morning that her back molar was quite bloody.
guess this means she's starting to lose teeth now????
i'm stoked for the biting to stop a little ha ha but just wanna check to make sure the minor bleeding was normal
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Very normal, as long as it's not excessive bleeding. Basically it's like when a kid is changing teeth around 5-6 years old, there is always a little blood, and not more.

So that puts Snoopy at about 5 years old..... boy are you in for the time of your life
 

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lol great i can't wait
BRING IT ON! haha
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I'm counting the days 'till Fin's baby teeth fall out. Those little needle-teeth are killing me, lol.
 

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haha i know they're crazy!!!
i've had marks all over my arms since i got her haha
 

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Originally Posted By: Ryan79I'm counting the days 'till Fin's baby teeth fall out. Those little needle-teeth are killing me, lol.
Lol, people always wanna know why I have band-aids on my fingers...
 

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At least they're coming out! Two of Spock's teeth didn't want to come out, and the adult teeth came in right alongside them. The vet pulled them when he was neutered a few months ago.

We've still got one of his baby teeth around here somewhere. It's a sweet memento of when he was a tiny terror.
 

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haha well HOPEFULLY they all fall out!
the other day she stole a shirt of mine and when i took it away there was blood on it and she was eating something...
i tried to get her to spit it out because i wanna keep some of her baby teeth too!!!! (still have my childhood dogs teeth haha)... but... the more i wanted it the more she was determined to eat it haha
the lil brat :p
 

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her back tooth is bleeding pretty good right meow...
should i be concerned??
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Originally Posted By: Woojiebearher back tooth is bleeding pretty good right meow...
should i be concerned??
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Wait a little, if it doesn't stop at all, then be worried. Back teeth are bigger, and it makes sense they'd bleed more...
 

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ya ok thanks - she keeps nawing randomly so i think its about to come out! wahoo
 

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Originally Posted By: Woojiebearher back tooth is bleeding pretty good right meow...
should i be concerned??
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LOL! Watch Super Troopers lately?

My parents JRT who is also a bit over 4 months old has noticeable bleeding. It's nothing to worry about.
 

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Wish I could have saved some of Duke's baby teeth. He ate every one of them and I didn't have a chance at them!
 

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Fin's are falling out now. He's missing his two front teeth. It's funny. I hope two big buck teeth don't come in like they did with me when I was a kid, lol.
 

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Domino is 5 months and a tooth fell out at the doggy park this week while play biting another dog. The other dog had blood on its neck and the owner's were washing his neck thinking the bite did it and were really confused to find nothing. Then we found his bloody tooth on the ground. hehe
 

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hahaha cute!
i keep trying to make her spit them out but the more i try the more she knows her teeth are something she is not supposed to have so she eats them faster...
little miss bratty pants!

thanks!
 
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