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Hi everyone

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Dylan1677, Oct 11, 2019.

  1. Dylan1677

    Dylan1677 Puppy

    Hello, i was wondering if anyone could possibly help me with my bully, i got her a couple of weeks ago and noticed she has an underbite (her bottom jaw is longer than the top).... The breeder i got her from told me that it would correct itself but she's already 6 months old? Anyone with this problem before? Thank you
  2. Mister

    Mister Little Dog

    I’d say the breeders wrong, at 6 months of age it’s highly doubtful she’ll be anything other than undershot. I personally have never once known any undershot pup grow out of being undershot. Had a few that were undershot, never hindered my dogs in any way, so I don’t think of it as that big a fault.

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