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To help Corbie with his teething we gave him these:

- Ice cubes, also larger bits of ice frozen in something like an empty margerine tub. When his larger teeth were coming out we'd find blood on his toys, etc so he would happily eat 5 or 6 ice cubes in a row :lol:

- frozen carrots (which he still likes even though he's finished teething)

- knotted teatowel made wet then frozen

- Nylabone teething keys

If anyone has any more tips for those little pups to cope with their teething, list them here :wink:
 

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Enzo hasn't started teething yet (he'll be 12 weeks on wednesday), but am hoping hoping these posts will come in handy. He loves carrot, so he'll be having planty of them!

When should we expect him to start teething?
 

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molly is 24 weeks and is still teething only 2 more teeth 2 come out But molly was teething when we first had her at 8 weeks then we had a little break and then at about 17weeks she started again but thankfully almost over, not so bad really shes been a little angel :lol: :lol: :) :wink:
 
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