correct bite level bite under bite

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  1. Look at its teeth, see if it has a bad bite or not. If it has a bad bite and that is the pup you what. usually the person that is selling the will drop the price.
  2. There is nothing wrong with the pup if it has a bad bite but you should not breed it. Because it can be carried on through generations.
  3. Here are the different types of bites.
    1. On the right is the correct 'scissor' bite; the top teeth fit over the bottom teeth.
    2. In the middle shows the incorrect 'level' bite where the front teeth meet top to top.
    3. On the left shows the 'undershot' mouth. This is also an incorrect bite. In this case the lower teeth go in front of the top teeth.
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