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lefteris 11-04-2017 11:12

Teething in puppies
 
Hey 2 all,

been a while since i wrote something here.

I got a fem pup, she is 6 months now and she have a bit of overbite but not to much. Front teeth are almost in correct position but the bottom canines aren't in place.

I have already contacted vet and he told me to wait for her to grow a bit more. I saw on internet people telling that you should wait because the jaws might get bigger but they were talking for GSDs can this happen to our dogs also or should i insist on adding some appliance to help the teeth in position?

Thanks

yukidomari 11-04-2017 13:55

It depends on the actual malocclusion? Without even a photo it would be impossible to say but perhaps you should visit a specialty veterinary dentist.

What do you mean the bottom canines 'aren't in place'? Do you mean mispositioned or not erupted yet or?

lefteris 11-04-2017 14:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by yukidomari (Bericht 464359)
It depends on the actual malocclusion? Without even a photo it would be impossible to say but perhaps you should visit a specialty veterinary dentist.

What do you mean the bottom canines 'aren't in place'? Do you mean mispositioned or not erupted yet or?

You are right i ll show you a photo i took a week ago. (there seem to be a bit of progress but again the canine on fully in place)

https://scontent-hkg3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...85&oe=58EF47D3

I talked with a dentist (not many Vet Dentists in greece) and he told me to wait a bit more. I am just wondering if anyone have seen it again on a puppy of that age.

lefteris 24-04-2017 14:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by lefteris (Bericht 464360)
You are right i ll show you a photo i took a week ago. (there seem to be a bit of progress but again the canine on fully in place)

https://scontent-hkg3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...85&oe=58EF47D3

I talked with a dentist (not many Vet Dentists in greece) and he told me to wait a bit more. I am just wondering if anyone have seen it again on a puppy of that age.

Just an update in case someone wonders what happened, so there been 15 days since i noticed the teeth issues. Not yet the time for dentist but one of the canines is almost full in place then other one is still struggling to find his way.

yukidomari 24-04-2017 19:34

we still keep our fingers (and paws!) crossed it will just resolve on its own!

lefteris 13-07-2017 08:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by yukidomari (Bericht 464369)
we still keep our fingers (and paws!) crossed it will just resolve on its own!

Hi again, so Nitra is almost nine months and her teeth look in place :)

yukidomari 13-07-2017 21:20

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Originally Posted by lefteris (Bericht 464431)
Hi again, so Nitra is almost nine months and her teeth look in place :)

great news!!! :bigok the vet was right after all then!


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