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Put a pic up god damn it :icon_eek: and don't be letting people wind you up! :D

I will put a pic up once ive spoken to the breeder... promise !
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Seems to me your worrying too early the big teeth won't be in yet and things can change till there all in ,

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I'm with lab, any dog could Turn out to have a bad mouth not the breeders fault if you checked the site and dams mouth then it ain't the breeders fault but who cares? It could correct pups body lets grow in different stages that's why sometimes they look leggy or skinny or small head or big head whatever , so the mouth could correct but if that's your only concern is her mouth then I'd get her a good home now as if it does stay wrong and it's going to bother you then that's the best option, if it was me ive paid my money I'd get I withdrawing as long as it done what I wanted it could be luminous pink with ko teeth

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I'm with lab and grant what does it matter the breedings there and you obilouisly liked it to pick it as a pup ? And when it's retrieving its mouth won't be shut so it won't matter if it's over or undershot

 

Or are you one of the ive spent £750 on a dog it's got a crooked ear the breeder should exchange it in case somebody see it's no perfect ?

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No I'm not one of those the one, I bought this pup because I have repeatedly tried to get a litter of pups from my gsp bitch with no luck, I've had her to the vets, blood tested for time of mating on several occasions and had courses of hormone injections.....etc, still no pups. That's why I bought this dog so I can replace both my old bitch and this pup when the time comes. I couldn't care a toss how good she is because at the end of the day I will not breed from any dog with any imperfection, maybe if there was more people with the same attitude there wouldn't be so much shit about! W.foxhound, hope this answers your question. All I'm saying is the price I paid I would like to think the dog should be sound in the mouth!

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hi ive seen this in quite a few large breeds there that fast growing the top half of the head can and does grow quicker then the bottom jaw which in most cases will straigten up i would deffo not worry yet

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No I'm not one of those the one, I bought this pup because I have repeatedly tried to get a litter of pups from my gsp bitch with no luck, I've had her to the vets, blood tested for time of mating on several occasions and had courses of hormone injections.....etc, still no pups. That's why I bought this dog so I can replace both my old bitch and this pup when the time comes. I couldn't care a toss how good she is because at the end of the day I will not breed from any dog with any imperfection, maybe if there was more people with the same attitude there wouldn't be so much shit about! W.foxhound, hope this answers your question. All I'm saying is the price I paid I would like to think the dog should be sound in the mouth!

 

Hardly an imperfection when talking working dogs.

Have you ever thought about moving to the showing side of dogs?.

As an aside, as you have just found out two dogs with perfect mouths can and do throw imperfect mouths (your words).

Just as the bitch pup you have could throw a litter of twelve with perfect mouths.

If you did have twelve pups from your old bitch with undershot mouths, what would you do with them?.

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hi ive seen this in quite a few large breeds there that fast growing the top half of the head can and does grow quicker then the bottom jaw which in most cases will straigten up i would deffo not worry yet

That refers to overshot, not undershot. I've seen this in a lot of lurchers. Once they start teething at around 4 1/2 months of age they can look very overshot, which is when the top jaw is longer than the bottom jaw. So which is it with your pup? Over or undershot? I had one lurcher that was so bad at 16 weeks of age that the person who had bought her came back to me to complain. I told her to wait until the pup was a year old before deciding whether or not the dog was overshot. She ended up with a perfect scissor bite.

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You can normally tell if the fault stays there mate by the time they are 8mths old,if it's not right bu then it probably won't come right.it could be in the breeding as just because the parents have good mouths it will skip a generation and ended up into your pup but by the sounds of it it's not in the breeding as when you checked the pup you did check its mouth didn't you.if not I'm sorry but you should of then mate and as you know you shouldn't breed off a bad mouthed dogs as it would put the fault into your litter.hope everything comes your way mate atb

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hi ive seen this in quite a few large breeds there that fast growing the top half of the head can and does grow quicker then the bottom jaw which in most cases will straigten up i would deffo not worry yet

That refers to overshot, not undershot. I've seen this in a lot of lurchers. Once they start teething at around 4 1/2 months of age they can look very overshot, which is when the top jaw is longer than the bottom jaw. So which is it with your pup? Over or undershot? I had one lurcher that was so bad at 16 weeks of age that the person who had bought her came back to me to complain. I told her to wait until the pup was a year old before deciding whether or not the dog was overshot. She ended up with a perfect scissor bite.

 

 

I'm tipping the bitch is perfectly normal, and the price is driving the thinking.

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