why has my dogs tooth fallen out when hes only 9 months?
Dogs loose their "baby" teeth same as humans. Soon it will be replaced with a larger "adult" tooth. Sometimes you don't even notice the process in dogs as it happens very quickly compared with humans.
Dogs teeth, as mentioned in the hub of mine that you found. Different breeds and different individual dogs will lose their teeth at different ages. In most cases, you don't notice is, but sometimes you will find puppy teeth around the house. 9 months is a little late to lose a tooth, but it happens. Not all dogs are the same.
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