Dogs, like humans, have baby (or deciduous) teeth that they lose and which are replaced by adult/permanent teeth, usually by 6-7 months of age. In some cases, however, these deciduous teeth are retained and remain in the mouth alongside the adult teeth that grow through. This can cause crowding of the teeth and lead to dental complications, so it's important that these retained teeth are removed.
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