Natural rubber:not only soothes teething babies
We all know the unpleasant feeling of a toothache, especially when the gums are irritated by the growth. Not only babies and children go through this phase, but also puppies. We give you a few tips on how you (and your furniture) can get through this time well.
When will my puppy change teeth?
At two weeks, puppies already get theirs first milk teeth and henceforth explore their environment primarily with their snouts. Between the 3rd and 4th month of life, an often very nerve-racking phase begins for dog owners: the milk teeth fall out and the gums start to itch. Now they bite young dogs on everything that comes their way to calm them down.
Why should I give my puppy something to bite?
during the change of teeth it is essential to give the puppy a chewing implement to provide so he can satisfy the incessant urges of his itchy gums. Through frequent chewing, the milk teeth usually come out all by themselves and the change of teeth should be completed within 3 months without any problems. If your darling chews on something forbidden, offer him an alternative right away. So he subconsciously learns which things he can chew and which not.
What can I offer my puppy to chew on?
Since small particles of the toy will become detached when chewed intensively and thus swallowed, we strongly recommend a product made from natural materials such as rubber, cotton or jute to offer. Especially with rubber products it is important to pay attention to natural rubber no softeners or other chemical additives. A good example of this is the brand's productsHEVEA. This manufactures particularly environmentally friendly and without toxic substances rubber toy for babies and puppies Danish design tradition . A selection for puppies can be found in our dog toy range.