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Help your puppy through teething with these tips
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Help your puppy through teething with these tips

When you’re playing with your puppy and she starts chewing on your hand, chances are she is teething. Puppies that are teething have a developmental issue, not a behavioral issue. It’s the same as when human babies teethe.

Tiny needlelike teeth begin to appear when puppies are 2 to 4 weeks old. Then, when they’re about 3 months old, puppies start getting their permanent teeth. This process continues until the puppy is about 8 months old.

The American Kennel Club offers the following tips on getting your puppy through this stage.

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