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|03-02-2012, 06:58 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2012
Forgot when yorkies stop chewing everything
My oldest yorkie Harley is 5 and we got our female puppy in January and she is now 14 weeks old. I am giving her bully sticks, small soup bones with the marrow but she is either trying to eat us alive or she is asleep.. At what age does they stop teething? I know that Harley was neutered at 6 months and had to have two baby teeth removed, but I do not remember him chewing as much as she did. Her ears have been dropping for about two weeks now...
thanks for the info
|03-02-2012, 08:39 PM||#2|
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Lol, I'm not sure what her ear have to do with her teething! = )
Pups will continue to chew even after they have loss their baby teeth. You need to use correction commands and stop the behavior. If an "aah aah" doesn't stop them I would use the shaker can or squirt bottle.
If you are having trouble with her ears drooping you will need to keep them trimmed. Cut or shave all or most of the hair off of them allowing them to stand erect. you ma need to do this for a few months or possibly longer and dont worry it will grow back.
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