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My blue heeler is 4.5 months old. She's teething currently and I'm trying to keep track but it's the weirdest thing like I can't remember what her teeth looked like before lol about two weeks ago I looked into her mouth and she had like stubs of crooked teeth (her two front teeth) and the next day they were fully in and straight, it was so crazy fast. Does that mean those teeth are her adult teeth or are they somehow working themselves out.. I've never had a dog before and I haven't physically seen any fallen out teeth but they all look so small for adult teeth. I don't have children either so maybe that's another reason why this is such a weird experience lol
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