Gundogdoc's Blog
your online source for gun dog health
Categories:

Archives:
Meta:
November 2014
M T W T F S S
« Aug    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
12/20/08
Site Updates This Week
Filed under: General, Ask the Vet, Site Updates
Posted by: The Gundogdoc @ 7:05 pm

With the weather taking a turn for the worse I’ve been able to do some work on the site this week and contribute a few updates:


We’re trying to get back on schedule with the podcasts as well. I’m hoping to hit a stride with them after the first of the year as well as introducing our first video podcast…stay tuned.

2 Responses to “Site Updates This Week”

  1. Susan Says:
    re case of the month: Isn’t it true that overbites will often self-correct because the lower jaw grows more slowly than the upper? I’ve heard this from show-dog breeders who prefer a slight overbite/scissors bite in a puppy, instead of a level bite or underbite which always worsen as the dog matures.
  2. The Gundogdoc Says:
    A lot depends on the severity and the degree of the change. The dog in this case would have had what I would term a “severe problem.” Often times on puppy exam I won’t get too worried about the mouth alignment, because as you mention, it will certainly change as the puppy matures.

Leave a Reply