FAQs on teething puppies
- How long does teething in puppies last?
- How can I help my puppy with teething?
- What are the symptoms of a teething puppy?
- Will puppies stop eating when teething?
- What can I give my puppy for teething pain?
The teething process for puppies may last for about six months.
There are several ways through which you can help your puppies with the process of teething. Firstly, you can get safe chew toys for them. Secondly, you can help them get through the appetite loss. For this, you can prepare suitable teething puppy food by mixing regular dry food with parts of canned food. You can also soak their dry food in warm water for a few minutes. Apart from these steps, you can give your little furry friend a chilled clean and damp washcloth to chew on.
When your puppy is teething, you may see the following symptoms: drooling, bad breath, gum inflammation, gums bleeding, increased chewing tendency, missing teeth, and a loss of appetite.
Teething is painful for puppies and can cause them a lot of discomfort. Due to this, they may not feel like eating and can get even more reluctant to eat dry food. You can try giving them a mixture of their regular dry food with canned food or soaking their dry food for a minutes before serving.
Two things that can soothe your puppy’s teething pain and discomfort are chew toys and a chilled clean and damp washcloth.