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Chew on This: Surviving the Cavoodle Puppy Teething Stage

Updated: Jul 25, 2023

Are you the proud parent of a new Cavoodle puppy? If so, you may be in for some sleepless nights! Puppy teething is a normal part of your pup’s development, and while it can be frustrating at times, it doesn’t have to be a nightmare. In this blog post, we’ll cover all the essential information you need to know about puppy teething and how to survive the stage.

When does Puppy teething happen?

Teething is a normal process that happens to all puppies during their puppy stage. This typically occurs between 3-8 months of age, depending on the breed. During the puppy teething phase, your pup's baby teeth will fall out to make way for their adult teeth. This can be an uncomfortable process for your furry friend, so it's important to be prepared to help them through it. Understanding when your pup is going through teething is the first step in providing the care they need during this important time in their puppy phases.

How can I help my pupy through teething?

Teething can be a challenging time for both you and your furry friend. Here are some ways to help your pup get through this puppy stage:

1. Provide teething toys: Puppies have an urge to chew and bite during the teething process. By providing them with chew toys, you can redirect their biting behavior to a more appropriate outlet.

2. Use frozen treats: Another way to alleviate your pup's teething discomfort is by providing frozen treats. You can freeze toys, wet washcloths, or even plain yogurt and let your pup chew away.

3. Keep a close eye on them: Puppies have a habit of chewing on anything and everything. During the teething phase, it's important to keep a close eye on your pup and redirect them from inappropriate items like shoes or furniture.

4. Offer praise: As your pup navigates through different puppy phases, it's important to reward them for good behavior. If they're chewing on a teething toy instead of your shoes, offer verbal praise and a treat to reinforce the behavior.

5. Maintain good dental hygiene: During the teething stage, it's crucial to maintain good dental hygiene to prevent any issues down the road. Brushing your pup's teeth regularly and providing dental chews can help keep their teeth healthy and strong and also help them long term to keep their chompers clean.

Remember, the teething phase is just one of many puppy phases your furry friend will go through. With patience, consistency, and love, you can help them get through it with ease.

What should I avoid during the teething process?

As your pup enters the teething stage, it's important to be mindful of certain things you should avoid in order to ensure their health and comfort during this transitional period. Here are some things to keep in mind:

1. Hard chew toys: While it's important for your pup to have chew toys during this time, make sure they are not too hard or heavy. Chewing on something too hard can actually cause your pup's teeth to crack or break, leading to pain and potential dental issues down the line.

2. Bones: Similarly, avoid giving your pup bones during the teething process. Bones can splinter and break apart, which can lead to choking or digestive issues. Stick to softer chew toys instead.

3. High-value treats: While treats are an important part of training and rewarding your pup, during the teething stage it's best to avoid giving them treats that are too hard or difficult to chew. Opt for softer treats that won't cause your pup any discomfort.

4. Training collars: As your pup's teeth and jaw are developing, it's important to avoid using training collars that put pressure on their neck. Stick to positive reinforcement methods that don't involve physical punishment or discomfort.

By being mindful of what to avoid during the teething process, you can help ensure that your pup grows up healthy and happy. With the right care and attention, your puppy will be ready to tackle the next stage of their development in no time.


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