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Yorkie Teeth Information
Yorkshire Terrier Teeth Information- Teacup Yorkies
Keeping Your Puppy's Teeth Clean can help him be healthier
Clean your Yorkie's Teeth. To prevent tooth decay and gum disease, clean your Yorkie's teeth on a regular basis. Most Yorkie puppies will accept a toothbrush if introduced to it slowly and gently. You can also give your Yorkie products such as hard biscuits and nylon chews to keep his teeth clean. Like your own teeth, a Yorkie Puppy's teeth need daily care to remain healthy and strong.
Feed him specially formulated dog foods proven to reduce plaque and tartar buildup. Many Yorkie puppies as young as age 3 may already show some form of oral disease. If left untreated, bacteria from the teeth and gums can cause serious health problems.
Visit your veterinarian regularly, especially if you see signs of possible oral disease, such as bad breath, yellow-brown crust around the gum line, pawing at the mouth.
Losing Puppy Teeth
Your Yorkie will be losing puppy teeth between the age of 3 to 7 months. Like humans, the adult teeth push the puppy teeth out.
Age - Teeth that Fall Out and Grow
The root from the baby tooth (deciduous tooth
root) should be reabsorbed by the adult tooth. If it is not, the
adult tooth may produce an abnormal bite (malocclusion) and even
have two sets of crowded teeth (a common problem in toy breeds).
You should have a baby tooth removed if it is in the same area
of the adult tooth. Removing the baby tooth early will often
result in the adult tooth moving into its correct place.
What to Do When Teething Begins
Please understand that for your Yorkie puppy, chewing is compulsory. It is the owner's job to recognize this and ensure that those energies are properly channeled into acceptable pastimes. Simply using punishment to deter inappropriate chewing would be like punishing your child for growing too tall for his pants.