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Retained Deciduous (Baby) Teeth

By the time Pomeranian puppies get to about six weeks old, they grow deciduous teeth, usually called baby teeth. Starting at about four months old, these teeth are replaced by the stronger, permanent teeth. It can take three to five months for a small puppy to replace the baby teeth with the stronger, permanent ones and this process is often slower for smaller puppies.
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