At what age do puppies lose their baby teeth?

Answer Depending on the dog's breed and size, the age range in which they lose their baby teeth is between 3 and 6 months of age. However, there are a few breeds that do not lose their baby teeth until 7 ... Read More »

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At what age do puppies lose their teeth?

Puppies typically lose their teeth between 3 and 7 months of age, when adult teeth push the baby teeth out. They usually begin losing their incisors at around 3 months and by the age of 8 months, m... Read More »

Do pug puppies lose their teeth?

All breeds of puppies, including pug puppies, generally lose their puppy teeth between three and six months of age but it's not unheard of for a puppy to lose their teeth at eight months.Source:Pro... Read More »

Do puppies lose their puppy teeth?

According to Cindy Moore of, puppies begin to lose their puppy teeth at around four to five months of age. This is referred to as teething, and is also the time where their adult teeth wi... Read More »

When do puppies lose their milk teeth?

Puppies lose their baby teeth, or milk teeth, between 3 and 6 months of age, depending upon the breed, with 4 months of age being the average. Some dogs (usually smaller breeds) keep their baby tee... Read More »