when do puppies start teething
when can i give my puppy a chew toy
When one of our dogs had puppies the teeth started to come through at about 2 1/2 weeks. They did not start eating solid food for about 4 weeks. If you want to give them a chew toy you should wait at least 6 weeks. If you really want to be safe about it ypu need to talk to a vet and get their advice!
Generally aroudn 6 to 8 weeks.. You can give you puppy a chew toy at any time that you want.
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