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Top 10 Dental Problems in Cats and Dogs: Retained and Fractured Deciduous Teeth

Posted on 03-06-2018

All deciduous or baby teeth should be gone at the age of 6 months for dogs and age of 5 months for cats and replaced by adult or permanent teeth.  If there are deciduous teeth still present o...

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