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Old 04-19-2011, 06:01 PM
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Losing baby teeth

Is it too early? She's lost two in the last week and she's 3-4 months old. It didn't seem to bother her. One was really bloody and came out when she was chewing on something. The other one wasn't bloody at all and we found it on the tile.
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nope just fine you may want to find softer chews however if they are causing her to rip teeth...
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Thanks! Luckily we're not giving her the chew she lost her one tooth on. It was a bully stick and was giving her tummy problems.
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