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Old 01-16-2013, 10:52 PM
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Extreme teething! Wow Fuzzy!

Last night I gave Fuzzy (who is now about 4 1/2 months!) a chewy from the stocking his Grammy gave him and Steve for Christmas. Steve munched away in contented silence, while Fuzzy attacked his with all the frenzied enthusiasm of a piranha. Typical, really . I went back to reading, and when I looked up a few minutes later I noticed Fuzzy's mouth, chin, chest, and forelegs were covered in blood. He was still ravenously attacking his prey, but I forced him to take a break so I could look in his mouth. The little fella lost 3-4 molars! He's the fourth puppy I've raised in my adult life, the third golden, and I've never seen anything quite this dramatic in the whole teething process! Wow! It reminded me of a nature documentary; he looked like a lion who just looked up from munching on a fresh gazelle! Has anyone else experienced this?


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Old 01-16-2013, 11:37 PM
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I've only noticed a few blood spots on his toys when Mav was teething, nothing THAT extreme.
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My puppies molars weren't coming out on their own so they had to have oral surgery to remove them, one had three removed the other two, so it is a good thing hey came out to make room for their adult teeth.
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