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so we have our little puppy and she's doing great but she nips as most puppies do.....the thing is ,i've noticed her canines (top and bottom) are very hooked,they curve under ALOT.when she bites it's very hard to get her to release and sometimes she just can't and we have to help her.i wish i could post a picture but i hope you guys get the idea.we think she's husky/german shepard.i know shepards don't have such hooked teeth but i have no idea if huskies do.do any of you know if this is normal?
Hmmm... I haven't heard of anything quite like that. Maybe it's just the way the puppy teeth came in? They lose their teeth during the first year, so you might just ignore it to wait and see if the adult teeth do the same thing? Do you have a veterinary dentist in the area? Most vets do a little dentistry, but if you have a specialist, he/she might be able to file down the hook or something? I had a couple of teeth filed as a kid. It doesn't hurt at all.
well i have the same issue with my rott/shepherd puppy. If she has something she's not supposed to, we can't get her to drop it, because it ends up being stuck to her teeth... maybe it does have something to do with shepherd puppy teeth. I'm as lost as u!!
well i have the same issue with my rott/shepherd puppy. If she has something she's not supposed to, we can't get her to drop it, because it ends up being stuck to her teeth... maybe it does have something to do with shepherd puppy teeth. I'm as lost as u!![/b]
my rotty had hooked canine teeth in adulthood,it's a rotty trait but i don't know if he had them as a puppy because we got him at the age of 4,just figured i'd let you know