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Dear Colleagues

Dear Colleagues,

I saw a new client with a 4-year-old Dalmatian, Bonnie, yesterday that was having a false pregnancy.

During the course of the physical examination I discovered that the dog had some missing maxillary and mandibular premolar teeth. No one had pointed this out to the owner previously.

I recommended that the missing teeth should be radiographed, which I will do in the future. The owner is keen to breed from the bitch, and tested it previously for the breed associated inherited diseases.

I tend to see “missing teeth” more commonly in certain breeds, e.g. Labradors, and my question is whether there is an inherited predisposition.

If there is one, then, I should dissuade my client from breeding.

I look forward to reading your posts.

With best wishes,

David

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