Do English Bull Terriers Have Lock Jaw?


The English Bull Terrier has a strong and deep bottom jaw with a complete scissor bite. A lockjaw for this particular dog breed is a myth and its jaw structure has been proved to be the same as for the other breeds. The Bull Terrier also has a long, strong, egg-shaped head that is almost flat between the ears.
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