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Hi this is Dr. Hill. There is absolutely no reason to pull out his two remaining teeth. It appears that Matza is overwhelmed with all of the people in the house and the uncertainty that children present. It would be best to keep him away from your grandchild, especially when not directly supervised. Your daughter should know better as a nurse to have an unpredictable child about a small dog. Kids can be very scary for animals.
So, then Matza needs to eat away from people. If you don't want to get rid of Matza, then either your daughter moves out or you make some adjustments to Matza's schedule.
Your welcome. I am sorry you are being put in this position. There is a way to make it work. It will just involve changing Matza's schedule and freedoms. If you are satisfied with my response, then please take time to rate my answer. You can continue posting on this thread, even after rating, for a few days. Take care.