I know Boxers have an underbite... In the late 19th century, the Brabanter Bullenbeisser was crossed with an English Bulldog to start the line that would become the modern Boxer. The Brabanter developed an underbite from the English Bulldog into what is now the Boxer.tootsie\";p=\"12013 said:There has been some remarks on underbites on this particular puppy. The boxer is suppose to have an undershot bite.
This was taken from the ABC site explaining the standard, just to clear it up. :wink:
Bite -- The Boxer bite is undershot, the lower jaw protrudes beyond the upper and curves slightly upward. The incisor teeth of the lower jaw are in a straight line, with the canines preferably up front in the same line to give the jaw the greatest possible width. The upper line of incisors is slightly convex with the corner upper incisors fitting snugly back of the lower canine teeth on each side.