Many thanks for the replies
Our vet did notice that his bottom jaw is a bit shorter than his top jaw, I think that's called "overshot"? It doesn't seem to affect his ability to eat, thank goodness!
I am trying not to stress too much about it as he seems totally unconcerned about it lol.
My vet is wonderful but admits that she has not had to deal with tiny puppies much as we live in a rural area and she sees more cows than puppies
Another vet really isn't an option without travelling several hours from home
Susan, it's great to hear that your tiny Chi is well enough to run around like a "mad puppy" at 5 years old, despite the collapsed trachea!
Hopefully this little guy will outgrow his wheezing
Now I just need to help him realize that sometimes I need to do terrible things to him like wipe his eyes
He absolutely freaks out if I try to wipe his eyes or try to look at his mouth or, heaven forbid I try turn him over!
Lots to learn for both of us
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