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Post by BellaDaisy on Tue May 28, 2013 9:41 pm

Hi everyone,
It's been a while since I've posted on here - Bella is 5 months old now and keeping me very busy! Her adult teeth are coming through now and her top and bottom front teeth are very wobbly. She's barely eating at the moment, and is very mellow - not her usual crazy puppy self at all. Has anyone one else found this with their teething puppies?
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Post by sujay on Wed May 29, 2013 12:37 pm

Ah, poor Bella. Her gums may be a bit sore from the wobbly teeth. What I would do is get an old sock and tie knots in it, then sprinkle it with water and place it in the freezer for a while. Give it to Bella to have a chew on, and the coolness will ease her gums and may help the wobbly teeth to come out. Don't worry, she will soon be back to her crazy self. If you are at all worried about her, get the vet to have a look and make sure there is nothing else troubling her, but I think she will soon get over the teething. teddy hug
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