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Undershot bite or not!

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by mohamedhashem21, Apr 8, 2019.

  1. 9FBF1175-D9F6-4668-AB0B-15D3293754A1.jpeg 3C98DB9A-BE7F-41C9-9D47-D9C838AA060A.jpeg A7CBABE5-B892-4861-89E2-E18F74149AD7.jpeg Hello everyone i’ve got this guy 3 weeks ago from a close friend he is 100% gottiline he is 79 days old Just began to notice his teeth formation that made me wonder if it is an undershot bite or not? Any help will be appreciated
  2. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    Looks like you are going to have some tooth problems.
    Probably from the English bulldog blood in him.
  3. Sorry i don’t understand you very well!
    What kind of problems i’m facing?
    His teeth are perfectly lined up on both of lower and upper jaw!
  4. SevenSins

    SevenSins Forget The Dog, Beware Of Owner

    Wait until his adult teeth come in and then see. I don't see anything that suggests malocclusion in the last two photos (you can't see anything in the first one, the puppy is obviously squirming).
  5. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    Well, I don't see a bad underbite at this point, but I can see what you are saying. I would like to see the canines lined up better and in one of those shots I can see just a teeny bit of an underbite in front. Unless it turns out to be severe, you won't really have any problems with it (other than he might not do too well in conformation showing). There won't be anything you can do about it.
  6. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    Take a look at the cutters, or canines.
  7. thank you for your help But as far as ik ow that the lower jaw is the one that keeps growing for longer, does this mean that mine may gwt worse?
  8. SevenSins

    SevenSins Forget The Dog, Beware Of Owner

    I'm not seeing where Sagebrush thinks she sees an underbite (unless in the first picture which, again, is impossible to judge anything from). The puppy's bite appears to be occluding normally in the second and third photo. It may change later, but if it does, there is nothing within reason that you can do about it and it isn't anything to worry about in most cases.

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