How long does it take for adult teeth to grow in dogs and cats?

Original Question: How long does it take for adult teeth to grow in dogs and cats? - Anonymous

How long does it take for adult teeth to grow in dogs and cats? Sep 4, 2020

In general, adult teeth in dogs and cats should start to appear at four months of age and be completely present at six months. If the adult teeth do not appear, consult your veterinarian.

Jeanne Perrone, MS, CVT, VTS (Dentistry)

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How long does it take for adult teeth to grow in dogs and cats?
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How long does it take for adult teeth to grow in dogs and cats?
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In general, adult teeth in dogs and cats should start to appear at four months of age and be completely present at six months. If the adult teeth do not appear, consult your veterinarian.
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