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01-20-2014 07:43 PM
mcdanfam
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Sorry, I should have put that differently, Zoey clacks her teeth or air snaps, it's very loud, I have severe hearing loss, but it's still loud. You might think with the force they air snap it would cause some damage, but none from that. She's broken teeth, but that was due to a high speed collision with our male.
Oh....that still sounds like it hurts....my daughter ran into a handrail downtown the way it hit her mouth...knocked her tooth out! The very first tooth fairy visit was from a forced extraction ;-)


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01-20-2014 07:01 PM
Mishka&Milo
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Sorry, I should have put that differently, Zoey clacks her teeth or air snaps, it's very loud, I have severe hearing loss, but it's still loud. You might think with the force they air snap it would cause some damage, but none from that. She's broken teeth, but that was due to a high speed collision with our male.
Oh! Okay, that's a relief. Sorry to hear that.


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01-20-2014 06:45 PM
Nigel
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How many teeth has she broken like that????


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Sorry, I should have put that differently, Zoey clacks her teeth or air snaps, it's very loud, I have severe hearing loss, but it's still loud. You might think with the force they air snap it would cause some damage, but none from that. She's broken teeth, but that was due to a high speed collision with our male.
01-20-2014 06:41 PM
mcdanfam
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How many teeth has she broken like that????


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Wow....broken teeth? We have never broken teeth....


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01-20-2014 06:29 PM
Mishka&Milo
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Or break teeth, Zoey does this.
How many teeth has she broken like that????


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01-20-2014 06:05 PM
mcdanfam Yes....when he was wrestling with his sister. Also when he is really excited for the soccer ball.


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01-20-2014 06:01 PM
Nigel
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If you mean the snapping mouth with no sound, yes Jasmine has done this since she was a puppy and still does it at 2 years old. When she is excited and waiting for you to throw or kick a ball she will repeatedly snap her mouth shut so forcefully that it is amazing that it doesn't hurt her.

I've often wondered how common this is in GSDs. None of the other GSDs I've known have done it.
Or break teeth, Zoey does this.
01-20-2014 05:54 PM
Waldi my 12 month old does that or rather jaw clinching to tell me " hurry up with that ball toss, will you.."
01-20-2014 04:45 PM
Sunflowers Air snapping!

I remember that.
Oh, how I miss it!
01-20-2014 04:37 PM
Ken Clean-Air System If you mean the snapping mouth with no sound, yes Jasmine has done this since she was a puppy and still does it at 2 years old. When she is excited and waiting for you to throw or kick a ball she will repeatedly snap her mouth shut so forcefully that it is amazing that it doesn't hurt her.

I've often wondered how common this is in GSDs. None of the other GSDs I've known have done it.
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