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So Dylan is starting to lose his teeth. Everyone said it would start to happen, but I couldn't even imagine how cute he would be with no front teeth! The pictures don't really show in detail, but now his little tongue sticks out cause there's nothing holding it back! These days all I have to do is look at his little gap-toothed grin and I just want to eat him up! :wub:




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He is just too precious. I remember my Madison doing that tongue thing when she was a puppy. Unfortunately she outgrew it.

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Looks like a little kid in about 1st grade...with no front teeth. Sophie's tounge is always out, we tease her about it.

Your pup is amazing.



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That is so cute!!!!! Savannah never did this but I wish she would have. That is too cute for words!

We give dogs time we can spare, space we can spare and love we can spare. And in return, dogs give us their all. It's the best deal man has ever made.

-M. Acklam

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Dylan is a real cutie!! Don't worry, he will have a mouthful of teeth again in no time. And the good thing is, they don't hurt like little razor sharp puppy teeth. Can he eat his kibble okay? Bless his heart, he's so darn cute!

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Very cute! It was always a little sad to me when mine started losing their puppy teeth. Anyone else save any Cairn baby teeth or am I the only sappy Cairn mom here? ;)

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Beth, mom to Ninja (5), Hannah (7), Abbey (7 1/2), Kiara (10)

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