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Dogs overbite #5322093 09/23/14 04:29 PM
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Would you buy a dog with an overbite? This pointer is good looking hard hunting with a lot of drive, but has an overbite..
Not sure what to do?

Re: Dogs overbite [Re: keep it wet] #5322107 09/23/14 04:42 PM
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It won't affect the hunting, only the appearance of the dog. Being a genetic trait, it might be passed on to its puppies, so that may influence your decision to breed the dog.


"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple.....and wrong." H. L. Mencken
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The best one I ever owned came with an overbite.


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Re: Dogs overbite [Re: keep it wet] #5322651 09/23/14 10:08 PM
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Unless you're a breeder what does it matter?

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