1. Welcome to Game Dog Forum

    You are currently viewing our forum as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community, you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!

    If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us.

    Dismiss Notice

How to correct jaw?

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by Hellic, Dec 28, 2016.

  1. Hellic

    Hellic Pup

  2. pitbulld0gs

    pitbulld0gs Top Dog Staff Member

    How would you expect to correct that?
     
    AGK likes this.
  3. Hellic

    Hellic Pup

    I don't know that is the reason why I asked...
     
  4. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    Show a picture of its bite holding gums up. I would like to see how bad it is. Maybe its not to bad.
     
  5. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    I was thinkin WHY would you wanna "correct" that? Looks fine to me. Not every dog has a perfect bite
     
    pitbulld0gs likes this.
  6. 80BOWTIE

    80BOWTIE Pup

    Nothing wrong. let puppy grow
     
  7. pitbulld0gs

    pitbulld0gs Top Dog Staff Member

    true..
     
  8. springy

    springy Premium Member Premium Member

    It could be that her permanent teeth haven't come out yet (so the milk teeth are looking a bit wonky) or it may be that the dog doesn't have an overlapping/scissor bite. Either way there isn't much to do. It doesn't look too bad though and I'm sure it won't affect the pup a lot, if any at all!
     
  9. Braces
     
  10. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Staff Member

    Extensive, expensive dental reconstruction surgery. Is it that important? I've had dogs with parrot jaw that could bite shit in 2. Unless your showing the dog in conformation, and even then I think the mouth is only 5 points, why worry about it. If he can chew it's kibble he'll be alright lol.
     
    promoe and DISCOIII like this.
  11. Hellic

    Hellic Pup

    7 and half months.
     

    Attached Files:

  12. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    Ya that's a fair amount of under bite if you ask me. And I am sorry to say but the dog is already at the age where the bite won't change very much at all if any. But as long as the jaw closes enough that the dog can chew properly and function properly I would not worry about it one bit. That's not the first pit bulldog to have a under bite and it won't be the last. Good looking dog by the way.
     
  13. Hellic

    Hellic Pup

    Thanks. :)
     

Share This Page