Number of teeth in dog's mouth raises questions for owner

02/6/2012 | Elizabethton Star (Tenn.)

Veterinarian Richard Jablonski writes that dogs typically have 28 deciduous, or "baby" teeth, which are replaced by 42 adult teeth by the age of six or seven months. In some cases, deciduous teeth don't fall out and they are usually removed when the animal undergoes surgery to be spayed or neutered.

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