We were set to buy a ND doeling (deposit already sent), a really beautiful little girl, but the most recent pics from the breeder made me wonder if she had an undershot mouth. I've heard it called different things, but what I mean is that her lower jaw sticks out further than her upper jaw (so the opposite of parrot mouth). I've emailed the breeder and she is going to look more closely tomorrow, take some facial side pics, and get back to me. I know that parrot mouth can actually cause animals to starve, but what about this type of jaw issue?? Will it cause problems? Does it get worse/better? Is it in any way correctable or is it entirely genetic? And if genetic, I would think she should not be bred? Any thoughts would really be appreciated.