OT-Mans best friend

Meet the real dogs of war, complete with titanium-infused teeth.
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Tom.
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azotic
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The titanium teeth count as metal content.
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kfvorwerk
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Another interesting article here:
Pete
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Pete Snell
WTF are "titanium infused teeth"? Do they yank half the poor dog's teeth out and replace them with metal implants?
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Spehro Pefhany
Gunner Asch on Tue, 10 May 2011 10:25:39 -0700 typed in rec.crafts.metalworking the following:
The US uses "titanium teeth" to replace broken and damaged teeth. Once in place , the dog is off combat duty. Seems that titanium teeth aren't so good as "home grown" teeth for getting a grip on people who want away. I mean, they work, don't get me wrong, getting bit with these still hurts. But it is not so good for the dog. Something about how the tooth implant is not as sturdy as a grown tooth.
So, Army dogs with "tin grins" are on limited duty. It beats being euthanized.
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