During the first year of life, the puppy’s milk teeth are completely replaced by permanent ones. Usually the dog has an “adult” set of teeth by 7 months. But sometimes – most often in small dogs-permanent teeth grow, and milk … remain in place. They don’t fall out as they should. It turns out that the dog’s teeth grow in two rows. Why is this happening and how to deal with the situation?
In dogs of small breeds, because of their size, development in adolescence often occurs in leaps and bounds. It often happens that the molars grow before the milk teeth have time to swing and fall out. They are tightly attached to the milk and form a so-called “double tooth”. This is most often observed when fangs grow. Continue reading