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    Dogs and dogs usually change their teeth at the age of 3-6 months, because the deciduous teeth are falling off and new permanent teeth are coming out. They often bite things to slow down the discomfort of changing teeth and help the teeth grow out of the gums smoothly. The owner can let the dog bite some molar snacks during tooth change to help the dog finish tooth change faster, and can also train the dog not to form the bad habit of biting things randomly during tooth change.

    When the dog is six months old, the tooth change should be completed. If the owner finds that the dog has two rows of teeth, it is better to see a doctor as soon as possible to help the dog change teeth.

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