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Old 12-20-2007, 09:20 PM   #1
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Default can puppy'* chew on tires.? my dogs tooth came out....

i have a 16 brand new bike tire that i bouht so he dont chew up my furniture as he already ruined one of the dining room table chairs that are real cherry wood and was a leg to replace just one.. anyway today i was playing with him with the tire and i noticed some blood because the tire is white i noticed it right away.. all i was doing was holding the tire while he pulled and shook it with his mouth.. so i immediatly stopped and checked his mouth after giving him some water and i noticed one of his back teeth fell out... was i too rough or is the tire no good for an around 5 month old red nose pit bull.?

or is it just his baby teeth coming out from playing and its o.k.. or do i need to take him to the vet.? i will get some more pics of the beast tonight and get them up.. he is huge.. like a mini horse and only about 5 months..his paws are the size of my 4 year olds hands.. .. thanks..
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yes, puppies have baby teeth also. you'll find them all over. especially when you step on one!
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^yup... or you see the dog trying to eat them
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I agree with everyone else, they come out just like a human'* baby teeth. Now if your dog was 5 years old......... lol
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Actually, some owners never notice their puppies losing their teeth because they are usually swallowed. so you don't have to worry about that either. lol
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Baby teeth, alright. Kitties do the same thing.
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i knew i could not have been being too rough... this dog is a damn horse..
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Nah, it'* ok, I used to find my kitten'* teeth everywhere, and in the oddest places too
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Yeah, we never found any teeth from our dog. We don't have him any more, but I would play tug of war with socks and his gums would bleed a little too after he had his adult teeth even.
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