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A medium sized dog’s upper canine tooth compared to a cat’s upper canine. The paper represents the gumline.

A medium sized dog’s upper canine tooth compared to a cat’s upper canine. The paper represents the gumline.

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  1. kim_ctv

    July 19, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Vet tech here – the canine tooth is the longest tooth in an animal’s mouth. Because cats have such short noses, if the canine tooth gets infected, it can actually affect the eye. Also, the length of the root makes it a huge pain to pull during a tooth removal.

  2. Helassaid

    July 19, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Since there appears to be some sort of bizarre AutoModerator setting that removed my previous post because it was “too short” I’ll just make it far more wordy, because apparently being succinct isn’t encouraged by the robot.

    So OP, did you consider doing a people canine? I have a pair of pliers, and maybe we could get some Stooges and a ball of twine. Then we could compare these mediocre little ape canines that we have to *real* predators.

  3. sugottopua

    July 19, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Interesting. Is that college ruled 8.5 x 11 paper or wide ruled?
    (Serious question)

  4. Sanpaku

    July 19, 2017 at 4:18 am

    Aside: I wish, perhaps more than anything else, that my 28 kg dog would stop treating my neighbor’s cats as chew toys when they enter the back yard. So far, the two neighbor’s cats he’s pinned have survived only because I’ve heard the kerfuffle and rushed to pick him up by the collar. Why can’t we all get along.

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