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lalachka 06-26-2014 01:55 PM

18 month old male
 
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Lol unknown lines, probably American show but messed up by bad breeding

How do people stack their dogs and especially have them stand there stacked without anyone holding them. It took me 5 mins to get this. This is the best of the pics. Others are much worse

If this is not good enough then I will try again


I don't know how visible it is but he has a curve on his back, by his butt.
Also, his back legs are unstable, like they're always close together and he sways on them sometimes. I'm assuming it's because he keeps them so close together that it's hard to balance on them


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HarleyTheGSD 06-26-2014 02:07 PM

I get Harley to stack without anyone holding him by teaching "stay" and rewarding him after I place him in a good stack without him moving.
I think the photo should be more of a side view.

lalachka 06-26-2014 02:25 PM

OK then I will try and repost in a few days

lalachka 06-26-2014 03:49 PM

18 month old male
 
What do you mean by a side view? I thought that's what I did lol

HarleyTheGSD 06-26-2014 03:53 PM

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Originally Posted by lalachka (Post 5694945)
What do you mean by a side view? I thought that's what I did lol

Lol sorry. The photo seems more angled towards the rear.

HarleyTheGSD 06-26-2014 03:59 PM

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Here's Harley's stack. It's not the best, but it shows all of the dog from a side view.

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lalachka 06-26-2014 06:19 PM

Lol it's MUCH better than mine. OK I guess I will torture my dog for a few days. I will post back whenever)))))

Your dog has a beautiful structure, not that I know much about it. Just to me he does.

HarleyTheGSD 06-26-2014 06:51 PM

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Originally Posted by lalachka (Post 5695521)
Lol it's MUCH better than mine. OK I guess I will torture my dog for a few days. I will post back whenever)))))

Your dog has a beautiful structure, not that I know much about it. Just to me he does.

Well, it took me a few hundred times lol.
He has a very feminine structure. :( Your guy at least looks masculine. :)

lalachka 06-26-2014 07:00 PM

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Originally Posted by HarleyTheGSD (Post 5695593)
Well, it took me a few hundred times lol.

He has a very feminine structure. :( Your guy at least looks masculine. :)


OK then. I started stacking him today for the first time and omg, that had to be recorded. The chasing him around the room, him sitting just when I'm about to take a pic, him moving the leg back just when I'm about to take a pic.

I was like, how do people do this????


Feminine? Maybe a little, I can't see his face though

Why do you say he looks feminine? How thin he is? He's a little elegant for sure.

To me still has nice legs, nice back.

HarleyTheGSD 06-26-2014 07:16 PM

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Originally Posted by lalachka (Post 5695641)
OK then. I started stacking him today for the first time and omg, that had to be recorded. The chasing him around the room, him sitting just when I'm about to take a pic, him moving the leg back just when I'm about to take a pic.

I was like, how do people do this????


Feminine? Maybe a little, I can't see his face though

Why do you say he looks feminine? How thin he is? He's a little elegant for sure.

To me still has nice legs, nice back.

Yes, it definitely takes a while to get the hang of it.

He has very lean muscle and a small head. He was neutered at six months, so that is probably why. I can definitely tell a difference when comparing him to my two year old intact male. Oh well, I still think he's handsome. :)


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