She is only three. I thought that their teeth started getting wacky (if they do) at 5+? I have a 10 almost 11 year old doe who has perfect teeth.In the head shot it almost looks like she was an overbite... she does have a slight underbite, but also appears to be a little older which can be why she is off now. The front view looks like she is not wearing her teeth evenly, you might find a good vet and have them look at her back teeth, it could be she has a hook back there preventing her from aligning her jaw correctly.
How does she eat? Does she drop a lot of food?
Usually with dairy goats, at least at ADGA shows, the judges don't look at their teeth.
You're right, I probably am. I was googling underbites in goats, and what I was finding led me to believe that she would place last in every class I enter her in. Those were older posts, so things are different now at shows I guess. And you're right, it's not sure noticeable, I think it's kinda cute The buck she is bred to does have a good solid bite, so we'll see what her kids' bites turn out like.I don't think you'll have any issue showing her Sydney. I think you might be a tad too concerned about it. :hug: To me, I see maybe a slight underbite. It's not very noticeable and without opening her mouth, you wouldn't notice anything unusual. I also don't think it's going to cause her any issues in the long run. Like Karen said, no animal is perfect.
I also have yet to see an ADGA judge check the bite on a goat.