Puppies are born without any teeth. They receive their first teeth between 6 and 8 weeks. The total number of baby teeth is 28. The
first one to fall out are the incisor teeth, followed by the premolars and
Puppies do not have molar teeth.
The teething process goes on and off for a few months. This is a tough period for your puppy and you should provide him with chewable toys, like this one Ares has from KARLIE.
root of each baby tooth will generally be absorbed by the adult tooth. At three months, the incisors
begin to fall out to make room for the new adult teeth.
At the age of four months, the adult molars and adult canines are beginning to come in. Between the
ages of six and seven months, the adult molars will come in.
Finally, by seven to eight months, the full set of adult teeth should have come in.
When a dog is approximately 8 months old , he/she will generally have all the real teeth grown in. It is said that the larger the dog the faster the teeth will grow. Adult dogs should have 42 teeth.
You must be very patient with your puppy during teething time and look after your shoes ;)