Originally Posted by darrylpm
would like a show dog from her..............does anyone know if the pups would come with the same problem?
Yes, very likely they would. You don't get correct puppies from incorrect parents. If you want to breed, and produce good quality (show quality) puppies, you actually need to START with a correct bitch and dog. Faults such as teeth/tongue showing may not sound like that much, but its potentially a very serious defect indeed. The usual cause is known as "wry mouth" and means that one mandible is longer than the other. At its extreme, affected dogs aren't even able to eat properly. If you breed from a dog with this fault - even if its not that extreme in her case - it *might* be that extreme in the case of her offspring. Aside from the obvious issue of responsibility (it isn't responsible to breed dogs likely to have physical defects that can affect quality of life), you're very very unlikely to get a show quality dog from that.
If you want to become a breeder, there's a right way and a wrong way. One requirement for the right way is to begin with a show quality animal (and breed her only to a show quality stud - NOT someone's pet). There are quite a few other requirements around health screening on the prospective parents also - most of which can't be completed until minimum 24 months of age. If your bitch is only 10 months now, that gives you a good 14 months to learn about those things (though as above, if she actually has a wry mouth, she should not be bred from ever). I'd suggest finding a show breeder to take a look at her, and give you an honest evaluation of her potential.