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Dear Colleagues

Dear Colleagues,

One of my clients has just adopted a 2-year-old male Labrador retriever that has an undershot jaw.

The lower canines are coming into contact with the upper third incisors, which will force the incisors into an abnormal, uncomfortable position.

The malocclusion appears to be causing the dog discomfort/pain because the owner has observed:

1) He does not want to eat hard pellets anymore;

2) He eats all right, but waits until his food becomes very soggy; and

3) He takes hard food, but drops it.

My question is whether to just remove the upper third incisors or all of them.

Does anyone have a useful client information sheet on the subject of malocclusion that they would not mind sharing?

As ever, thank you for your help, and have relaxing weekends,

Best wishes,

David

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