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    Default Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    Hi All
    I turn my Puppy 5 months old upside down and when he smiles I see 2 rows of teeth

    I am hopefully assuming one on way out and one on way in

    Please weigh in on this

    thanks
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    Default Re: Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    Maybe genetically modified and actually part shark??????

    Seriously though, it wasn't that bad, but we had two canines on the bottom on each side for about a month. So, I hope its normal.
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    Default Re: Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    Quote Originally Posted by Frith View Post
    Maybe genetically modified and actually part shark??????
    i was thinking same...having studied ichthyology/elasmobranchology in my early days...
    But seriously, having moved from middle age into my early late years, the more teeth, the better.
    And, it's probably normal for your pup.

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    Default Re: Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    @LouLanaro Sometimes the second teeth come in, and the baby teeth have not come out yet. They should come out by themselves. If they don't eventually, the vet will usually pull them.
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    Default Re: Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    my first bulldog had this, i though it was very cute.
    a friend said if i wanted to show him i would need them removing , i never showed him and it never bothered him

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    Default Re: Talking from in-experience...New bully teeth

    Probably totally normal.... @KMARINO Vegas has double row, right?
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