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do Ampt have curved k-9 teeth

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by kwenger1, May 11, 2010.

  1. kwenger1

    kwenger1 Puppy

    I was told from a few people that a full blooded Ampt will have curved k-9 teeth. I was wondering if anyone else may have heard this? My dog Mack had curved baby k-9 teeth, but he is now trying to grow in his adult teeth I am unsure if his adult ones will be curved. I thought that most all dogs had some curve to their k-9's. Just a general question that maybe someone can help me answer. I was told my dog is full blooded, but I'm unsure. I have no papers. It does not matter to me anyway. I love him anyway just wondering.


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  2. magdalena

    magdalena Good Dog

    What is an Ampt? Do you mean APBT? What his teeth look like (canine teeth generally look like canine teeth) will not tell you if he is mixed with anything. If you don't have papers for him it's going to be a guess.
     
  3. Sabrina

    Sabrina Moderator

    Yeah, teeth can vary so much from dog to dog, even if they are the same breed.

    No way to tell what he is without papers.
    Definately some apbt in there, though.
    Possibly boxer or something, but thats just my opinion.

    He's a gorgeous boy, either way. :hearts:
     
  4. kwenger1

    kwenger1 Puppy


    Sorry, yes I meant APBT. So maybe he curved teeth thing is just a myth. Thanks. Just another dumb question.
     
  5. ABK

    ABK Good Dog

    Yes, it's just a myth. One among many!
     
  6. magdalena

    magdalena Good Dog

    I can see boxer too.
     
  7. jadedpitgirl

    jadedpitgirl Puppy

    I don't see APBT at all; boxer/am bull-closer in my opinion...
     
  8. pitbullsareteddies

    pitbullsareteddies Big Dog Premium Member

    I mentioned that myth the other day.. Some lady told me that either APBT's or Am Staffs had straight canines, while the other breed had curved ones, and that was the only way to know the difference. I was like.. yeah. oooohkay.
     

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