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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Nicinacnoo, Feb 9, 2018.
looking at a rescue puppy not sold by breeder.. has an overshot jaw. How serious is this longterm?
It isn't potentially serious. Many dogs manage just fine with an overshot bite.
Sometimes, an overshot jaw can tighten up a little.
How old is this pup?
I had a rescue Greyhound with a major overshot jaw, didn't stop her from doing a thing, she still managed to eat well, catch the odd rabbit and gnaw on bones.
Had an overshot lower jaw Cavi many years ago, never a problem
Do you mean undershot?
Definitely said overshot. I googled and you get over and under (top teeth over or like a bulldog bottom teeth more forward)
Thanks for reply.. glad to hear that.
Pleased to hear that. It’s basically a reject from a breeder and I find that really sad.
She.. not it.
Thanks for reply.. puppy is 4 months.. on manytears...
I really must put my glasses on to type sometimes