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Some of Delilah's puppy teeth didn't fall out, most notably her canines. I think it was contributing to her terrible breath (note the gunk in between the teeth that built up every day). Well, guess who doesn't have to floss their dog's teeth anymore or pay for surgical removal!

 

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Good to hear they fell out. I had a little dog named Shilo and her puppy teeth didn't fall out...she looked like a mutant shark...lol...double row of teeth.
I felt her puppy teeth and they didn't even feel loose and took her to the vet just just verify that she was ok. My vet thought the puppy teeth should have all been gone by that point...and said we had better put her under and pull them since they were not even wiggly yet.

Fortunately the vets here don't charge a whole lot and I was able to have all her puppy teeth pulled for less than $50.00 - she wasn't even under the gas that long as the vet said the puppy teeth pulled fairly easily with only one or two needing a decent tug to pull them.

I'm sure your dog is going to be a lot more comfortable when it comes to eating now.,,and probably just as happy as you are about the flossing...LOL.

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