When do Goldendoodles stop teething? Goldendoodle puppy sitting on a stick

When Do Goldendoodles Stop Teething? A Vet’s Advice on Puppy Teething

Goldendoodles, like all puppies, go through a teething phase. This is a critical period in their development, and understanding it can help you provide the best care for your furry friend. When do Goldendoodles stop teething? Let’s explore!

When Does Teething Start?

Teething in Goldendoodles typically begins around three to four weeks of age. This is when their baby teeth, also known as deciduous teeth, start to emerge. By the time your Goldendoodle is about eight weeks old, they should have a full set of 28 baby teeth.

This video from the VET Network is a great resource.

The Transition to Adult Teeth

The transition from baby teeth to adult teeth begins when your Goldendoodle is about three to four months old. During this phase, you may notice your puppy chewing more than usual. This is a natural response to the discomfort they feel as their adult teeth push through the gums.

When Do Goldendoodles Stop Teething?

Most Goldendoodles will have their full set of 42 adult teeth by the time they are six to seven months old, marking the end of the teething phase. However, this can vary slightly from dog to dog. Some may complete the process a bit earlier or later than this average.

How to Help Your Goldendoodle During Teething

Teething can be a challenging time for both you and your Goldendoodle. Here are a few tips to help ease their discomfort:

  • Provide Chew Toys: Chew toys can provide relief from the discomfort of teething. Make sure to choose durable toys that can withstand your puppy’s biting.
  • Use Cold Items: Chilled items can help soothe your puppy’s sore gums. Consider freezing a wet washcloth for your Goldendoodle to chew on.
  • Monitor Their Teeth: Regularly check your puppy’s mouth to ensure the teeth are coming in correctly and there are no retained baby teeth.

Remember, while teething can be a difficult phase, it’s also a temporary one. With patience, understanding, and the right approach, you can help your Goldendoodle navigate this stage with minimal stress. Always consult with your vet if you have concerns about your puppy’s teething process. We discuss the best dog toys for heavy chewers if you are looking for some tough toys for your teething Doodle dog!

Final Thoughts on When Do Goldendoodles Stop Teething

Leia had a couple of her baby teeth stuck while she was teething. The veterinarian recommended ‘meaty bones’ to help speed up the process. Leia LOVED the bones, and all of her extra teeth fell out in a week. Read up about puppy teething survival at the American Kennel Club.

I hope you find the tips useful while your puppy is teething.