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Old 09-11-2013, 07:03 PM
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Hugo currently has 2 rows of top canine teeth. It looks really freaky & unfortunately the baby ones seem to be really holding on. No sign of being wiggly yet. He also has a retained top tooth but I am confident that will come out on its own soon. I am having him desexed in a fortnight's time & the vet & I have discussed the possibility of them removing the baby canines. It is very common for toy poodle to not loose all of their teeth naturally, even after 12 months, so I will most likely get them pulled during desexing. The way I see it...if those babies aren't coming out by themselves then I will be getting them removed...and I would much rather it be while he is desexed so he doesnt need to go under anesthetic twice.
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Old 09-12-2013, 07:54 AM
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Well I understand the whole situation a lot better now, but I still think the vet might've explained all this in the exam the month before the neuter happened. Anyway, Cobber's a week out from surgery so there's nothing to do about the remaining molars now except keep watch. He still isn't quite 6 mos old yet (this coming Sunday), so I'm still not overly concerned... Fingers crossed the molars continue coming out on their own


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Best of luck to Cobber with his surgery. Fingers crossed nature kicks into gear & works those molars out for you
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