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    I noticed earlier in the afternoon that one tooth the below jaw was bleeding. Now I noticed that two teeth are bleeding. Same tooth on each side, left and right.

    Is that normal? She's 5mo and changing her teeth.
    Should I notify the vet or it's meant to be like that. Do I have to do something for her?

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    If it persists I'd get the vet to have a look just to make sure. Something you can try for teething to soothe her - freeze some melon slices and give her a little one to chew/suck on

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    we do not have melons this time of season. How about wet frozen kitchen towels?

    If it's still bleeding in the morning I'll call the vet.




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    She is losing her teeth! Just continue to use items you have previously been advised to use to soothe her sore mouth. No need to call the vet or panic!
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    I've only raised Diesel, so my puppy teething experience is limited, but he bled when he was teething so I think it is quite normal. If it is pouring blood I would be a little more concerned. If you don't have melons to freeze you can offer her the frozen cloth, but don't force her to suck/chew on it if she doesn't want it. If she is otherwise acting normal, and the bleeding is not profuse, I would wait it out a bit before doing anything major.

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    After breakfast this morning she was scratching her snout. I gave her the frozen towel but didn't want it. So I let her on her own. After a while she was ok.

    Maybe she chew the food with the sensitive teeth. Poor Cassie.




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    Quote Originally Posted by mistarkos View Post
    After breakfast this morning she was scratching her snout. I gave her the frozen towel but didn't want it. So I let her on her own. After a while she was ok.

    Maybe she chew the food with the sensitive teeth. Poor Cassie.
    Aww! Poor baby! It will be over soon

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