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Question by  Danny58 (19)

How do you determine the age of a black lab puppy?


Answer by  George51 (64)

Puppies are born with no teeth. During the third week the temporary incisors and canine teeth will erupt from the gums. The puppy will have its complete set of permanent teeth at the age of 6 months. The cusps of the lower incisors will start to show wear at 15 months, finally disappearing at by two years.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

Puppies usually lose their puppy teeth around 4-5 months, so if he still has his puppy teeth he's younger than that. If he's eating on his own he is at least 6 weeks.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

When you take your dog to the Vet for it's check up you can ask your Vet. They usually can tell based on size and the way that the teeth are growing in your dog's mouth.


Answer by  thesituation (34)

the best way would be to take it to a doggy professional. the vet. he would be able to give you a very acurate age.

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