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Diana
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Apr 05, 2016 at 02:20
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Izzy was constantly chewing and rubbed her face with her paw a few times, I though oh no she's got something stuck so I picked her up gave her a soft tap on the back and out came a big tooth (up the top). Thankfully it was just a tooth. I didn't see any of Maddie's as a pup, I did have one of Hannah's but none of Kelsi's



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Deb, Emmie, and Angel Kelsie
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Apr 05, 2016 at 08:44
• Deborah
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I don't know why, but we've got baby teeth from all our pups. We just kept finding them on the floor and kept them. I know some people never find one. Our vet said lots of times the pup just swallows it. Did Izzy get a visit from the tooth fairy? LOL I can picture a little treat being left in exchange for the tooth! :) (Emmie wants to know why I didn't think of that when she was losing her baby teeth! LOL)
Love, Deb, Emmie, and Angel Kelsie


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Patti and Molly
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Apr 05, 2016 at 09:34
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That's so cute Diana.

Allie has lost most of her small needle teeth in front, but none of her bigger ones have fallen out yet. Allie is teething like crazy right now too.

We have not found any of Allie's teeth either. I have a whole pill bottle full of Molly's though. I kept those.  I'll keep Allie's....if I ever find any. She eats EVERYTHING so my hunch is hers will be coming out a different end and I'm not looking through THAT for any teeth. Ha-ha.

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Sir William
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Apr 05, 2016 at 10:00
• Allen
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I bet the tooth doggie fairy will pay a visit to your house.
Hope your new one grows in straight and strong.

Love Sir William ^--^

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Mr.Willie
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Apr 05, 2016 at 14:33
• Sandra
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Miss Maddie lost a tooth around 4 months old. So small I nearly didn't spot it in her bedding covers. I hope the woof-fairy will leave sweet Izzy a little goodie.
Longing to see more precious photos of Maddie and Izzy..hinting just a little Diana.:-) 


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NimbySue
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Apr 05, 2016 at 16:48
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Bless her,they do get frustrated a bit sometimes with teething,we have quite a few of Our Collie Emma's in a wee vintage medicine bottle...Hope she gets all her new ones soon and they calm down her gums...Hugs Annie and gang xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Diana
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Apr 06, 2016 at 14:26
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Thanks everyone. She has been chewing like crazy of late. She seemed a little distressed until the tooth finally came out. She's such an independent little lass.

I've been trying for some photos, but they are so into playing until they drop I've not been able to get one of them while stationary. They are either wrestling, chasing or asleep.

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