Dogs' teeth fall out when puppy teeth, called "milk teeth," are replaced by permanent ones. Most puppies, like human babies, are born without teeth, but they begin to cut their first teeth when they are two or three week... More »

Puppies begin to lose their first set of teeth at approximately 3 months of age. By 9 months, this process is complete. Occasionally, a puppy's milk teeth don't fall out on their own and need to be removed by a veterinar... More »

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The sequence in which baby teeth are replaced by adult teeth varies for every child. However, the order in which teeth fall out is generally the same order in which they grew in. More »

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Dogs, like people, only have two sets of teeth. Dogs are born toothless; their milk teeth begin to come in when they are between 3 and 6 weeks of age. Their adult teeth do not come in until they are at least 4 months old... More »

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Dogs cannot grow new teeth after the original ones have been broken or removed. Dogs do have deciduous teeth, commonly known as baby or puppy teeth, that fall out and are replaced by adult teeth. More »

Dogs dream during the REM phase of sleep, just like humans. There is evidence that they dream about their daily activities. They often twitch, vocalize and breathe differently while dreaming. More »

According to The Kennel Club, dogs breeds that don't shed include Lagotto Romagnolos, Irish Water Spaniels, Spanish Water Dogs and Bouvier des Flandres. Additional breeds that do not shed are Giant and Miniature Schnauze... More »

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