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|08-29-2014 05:26 PM|
Originally Posted by Liesje View Post
|08-29-2014 12:02 PM|
Is the bite in the picture below okay?
The left and ride sides are both that of the male I want he's 6 weeks going on7.
|08-29-2014 08:14 AM|
Originally Posted by gsd_clint View Post
|08-29-2014 12:41 AM|
|gsd_clint||I ended up smaller guy, just because his personality throughout the day. His bite looks like good scissor bite I believe as seen in my first post. So hopefully he'll be good .)|
|08-29-2014 12:14 AM|
|Packen||Go with the bigger guy, no questions about that in my mind|
|08-28-2014 10:48 PM|
Originally Posted by Cassidy's Mom View Post
Same here! I've heard quite a few members state that visiting with a puppy for an hour or so isn't a good measurement to their personality/ temperament. The breeder has been around the puppies since birth and knows them best. I had a choice between two puppies both had the qualities I was looking for IPO at the club level. I was new to the sport so I wanted to make sure I got the perfect dog me " me". I talked with my breeder over and over about what each pup brought to the table. She provided me a video with just those two so I could see them interact. She was extremely helpful. I went with Isen because he had good drives, but also settled in the house. The other puppy would require A LOT more exercise as he had higher prey drive. I went with Isen. My breeder's opinion on each puppy had a major impact on my final decision. If something happened and I could not do IPO, I'd still have Isen...so I wanted a dog that settled with my other two. OP I'd definitely inquire more about each puppy to learn more about their personality and see how that puppy will fit into your lifestyle. You'll have them for 10+ years : ) Both are cute though!
|08-28-2014 10:35 PM|
|selzer||An over-bite at this age might be fine, and clear itself up as the pup grows, an under bite would be concerning.|
|08-28-2014 10:20 PM|
Both teeth shots are the smaller puppy.
I agree my dog ember was smaller than sister now she's bigger.
But also; the smaller has little to no visible
White. Which I like I'm not a fan of white socks. But my ember was unique and despite her overbite she's loved by a lot.
I just want to make sure the bite (which is left and right side of smaller puppy Look normal)
|08-28-2014 09:59 PM|
The small one with the bite picture if the BITE looks okay approached me with his three legged brother we approached. Very verbal ... Bigger one seemed more timid. Ember current dog which is outgoing and a very human like personality which I like reminded me of little one, but she has a severe overbite right now. So if the teeth picture I posted looks okay to you guys I think the smaller I'd better because it had no white paws and better personality. Also the bite picture does not have both testes dropped yet... But he also does not have the white paw.
But does the bite below look okay?
|08-28-2014 09:51 PM|
|Liesje||Just based on the info given, I'd chose the better bite and dropped testes over the white. I don't like white on the feet at all, but on that puppy it looks like it may fade. Actually just based on the info posted, the bite would be my main reason.|
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