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    Teething

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    Karenn
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    Teething

    Post by Karenn on Mon 22 Mar - 18:03

    How did you all cope?


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    Re: Teething

    Post by Evy on Mon 22 Mar - 18:16

    I hardy not notice she lost her teeth as a pup


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    Post by cvgsds on Mon 22 Mar - 19:19

    Must admit Karen, That Kasey Solitaire and Shep, were not to bad with their teeth, But Saxon has been quite bad, and have had to use the bitter spray quite a few times over the last 3 mths, He has never teethed on me but has on my wife and daughter and the marks are still visible even now, but he is now coming to end of it thank gawd...lol, but we did cope...lol

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    Post by karinah on Mon 22 Mar - 19:25

    I don't if we were just lucky, or if it was cos we gave them plenty to chew on and they were well supervised. Brumas chewed the legs on dining chair and table, but we got that spray and that sprayed them so that put him off. Apart from that we never got anything else damaged lol. From what I have heard I think we got off lightly
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    Re: Teething

    Post by Karenn on Mon 22 Mar - 20:04

    Thankfully I am the same as most of you, not had a problem - Taylor was occupied with toys same as your boys Karin.
    Never had a gsd who has teethed on furniture


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    Re: Teething

    Post by neil62 on Mon 22 Mar - 21:58

    little Bailey has no or not many teeth he like chewing plastic bottles so we was some and let him have a new one everyday i think this helps him Thinking


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    Re: Teething

    Post by Nellie on Wed 31 Mar - 9:47

    I used frozen potatoes and bones so never had any teething problems


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    Re: Teething

    Post by storm_survivor on Thu 1 Apr - 14:41

    No problems that I can recall here either. Sabre stuck to chewing toys/treats so all my furniture and shoes stayed intact, thank goodness!

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