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    Oh wow I can really see what you are speaking of now! Poor sweet baby!!! That does look painful and I have never seen anything like it.... It almost looks like an abcess under his jaw... But that is bone? Wow....


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    Quote Originally Posted by debruch View Post
    Thank you everyone for your greetings and comments. We have notified the breeder of Curtis' disorder since it is hereditary. She has the mother, two litter mates and two other full siblings and none of them exhibited symptoms of CMO. Apparently it's a a recessive trait and sometimes is so mild that it's unnoticeable. We did hear a bit of clicking in his jaw before he was diagnosed. He doesn't have so much of an underbite as large bone growth at the bottom and sides of his jaw. Here are some photos of Curtis: the first was just after we got him, the second about a month later and the last was in late October. We still think he's extremely handsome!

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    Hello,

    So I happened to google lions jaw in English Bulldogs and your thread popped up I know it's been 3 years but I'm curious to know how your dog is doing now!? My bulldog got diagnosed with this last month and all I hear is that it's rare in English Bulldogs. It's so hard to see them suffer, please let me know your situation now with your bully

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    Hello,

    So I happened to google lions jaw in English Bulldogs and your thread popped up I know it's been 3 years but I'm curious to know how your dog is doing now!? My bulldog got diagnosed with this last month and all I hear is that it's rare in English Bulldogs. It's so hard to see them suffer, please let me know your situation now with your bully

    Thanks
    Erika

    Oh Erika, I'm so sorry your bully has been dxed with this rare condition
    I know nothing of it (and missed the previous thread) so was taken aback
    at the pics of that bullies jaw and possible suffering.

    I so hope the poster answers your request and we all learn of the outcome.
    Will keep your beloved bully in my prayers, may GOD bless you & yours
    and welcome to EBN.


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    RIP beloved boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manydogs View Post
    GOD bless you, Lynn and thank you for providing this link about this
    rare condition. I certainly gives reassurance & hope that Erika's dear
    Bruno can be treated and it goes away, hopefully with the excess bone
    growth receding too!

    Interestingly, the article attributed to a woman's research is in Temple,TX.
    It's only 30 minutes up the road from me, I just moved from there, 6 months
    ago. Had heard Vet's name, Dr Gosney, mentioned as a Vet to use for Cami's
    needs, good reputation & long time experience. I still may use him in the future.


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