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Posted on 02-20-2016
Puppies and Kittens begin to lose their baby teeth around 4 months of age. The first teeth to go are the center two incisors; these are the teeth on the top and bottom, in the middle of the front of the mouth. When they are 6-8 months of age dogs and cats adult teeth being to come, and by 8-10 months most all of the adult teeth are fully grown in. You may never see your pet lose any of their teeth, but don’t be alarmed if you find a tooth or two while your puppy or kitten is growing up!
Thank you and be sure to tune in to our Facebook Page next Friday for our final Pet Dental Health Month Question!
Thank you to all who participate in our event last Friday we appreciate your support! If you are just joining us February is Pet Dental Health Month, so every Friday during the month of February we will be posting a new Pet Dental Health Question on our Facebook page, which you can answer for the chance to win a Pet Dental Health Starter Kit.
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