Hello all, can anybady explain please what does "dog scissors bite" mean? Ive read some articles about dogs and saw that phrase several times. I cant understand what it meeans, really (English is not my native language).For example: The teeth should meet in a scissors or level bite. And what is the "level bite"?
Any help is appreciated!! Thank you!
maybe the picture on this site helps you out a bit. There is a the drawing under the section " MOUTH".
( i did not succeed showing you only the relevant picture. )
if you had a hard time reading the letters, try to save the image and it gets bigger.
I'll add the picture here:
Wow, even I didn't know this!
Thank you Ruslana!
Is it correct to say "scissors bite" or "scissor bite"?
The correct phrase is "scissor bite." It's called that because the teeth are positioned in such a way as to cut whatever they bite into ... just as a pair of scissors do.