15 Responses to “Tooth Fairy”

  1. bluhare

    Awwwww. I suppose s/he wasn’t very cooperative about sleeping under her pillow either!

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  2. Lee

    All she had to do is write a letter to the tooth fairy, I worked at a childcare center and we lost a tooth in the gravel I wrote a note to the tooth fairy and the next day the child said i got something, So the tooth fairy should have given her something, and the dog looks so sorry

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    • Juls

      I agree, Lee. I’ve found the Tooth Fairy to be quite understanding in this type of situation.

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    • Kristle

      This is such a cute idea! I’m going to have to remember this for my son. He will be losing teeth soon enough and I’m sure plenty are to be lost.

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  3. Dakota

    Poor girl. Your dog truly looks sorry. Hope the tooth fairy came anyway.

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  4. Grumpy

    She’s a four legged tooth fairy. Now if the 4 yr old is real patient, she’ll get her special reward!

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  5. Katie

    A playful doberman once knocked out my sister’s tooth in the front yard. Letter to the Toothfairy wiped the tears away. :)

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  6. Jan

    Actually the pup doesn’t look that sorry! More like “huh, it didn’t even taste good.”

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  7. banjokatt

    When my sons were small, they would occasionally swallow one of their loose tooth. I used to tell them that the tooth fairy had x-ray vision and could see the tooth in their stomach. Maybe this tale would help the little girl and the hungry dog!

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  8. Sarah S.

    I read in last month’s national geographic that some cultures actually feed baby teeth to the dog on purpose! It’s their version of the tooth fairy.

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