|07-19-2014 02:24 PM|
|CindyMDBecker||He has the sweetest face!|
|07-19-2014 01:59 PM|
Here is a quick teaser. He got wet and muddy again before I could get any decent shots this morning.
This is a dry river bed I built to handle the water that comes off this corner of the house. I've not been able to build a gutter to handle it so I decided to celebrate it and build this river bed to move the runoff to the back of the yard. Dagr "Helped" of course....
I'll get some better shots this evening or tomorrow morning, weather permitting.
|07-18-2014 06:43 PM|
And of course he got muddy as heck today. I'm trying to get some shots in the morning.
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|07-18-2014 06:29 PM|
Ok, you shamed me into getting some updated pics.
(hands clapping) Yay! He's one of my favorites here. Can't wait to see the pics (ANY quality).
|07-17-2014 10:03 AM|
We have had broken toes, bruises, scratches, lumps etc. From his puppy hood. He "helps" us with every task. I can't count how many times he has head butted me while helping me work on something, how many times I've nearly impaled him with a shovel trying to dig a trench or plant a bush.
He is going to be a great helper if we both survive his puppy hood.
We think he has a touch of Pano in his left leg. He doesn't wince, cry, nothing, no matter how I manipulate that leg or how much pressure I put on it. He will run full bore and he loves leaping off the deck (we try our best to keep him from doing that) but when he eventually stops for a minute, he will hold that left paw up or shift his weight to his right. You can tell the times it's bothering him and when it is better. We switched him to adult food recently and that seems to have helped. Which also makes me think it is likely pano. The switch has made a significant difference. We keep an eye on him, reduce his crazy when it's acting up for a couple days.
|07-17-2014 09:02 AM|
|07-17-2014 08:57 AM|
"Long Stock coat" yep, that sounds about right.
|07-17-2014 08:54 AM|
|Athena'sMom||I'll weigh in on coat.. I think is definitely a long stock coat. Athena's sire and dam were stock coats as well. He is stunning and his ear floofies are adorable! I love your puppy, he is darling.|
|07-17-2014 08:46 AM|
What I find rather amusing is when we decided to get another dog. My wife said keeping up with Shepherd hair was giving her nightmares. We took that so far as to look into other breeds, Bully, Mals, etc. We finally decided to go back to GSD one last time before we are too old to keep up with them and we get a longer coat GSD. Go figure.
Oh and BTW, your boy is gorgeous. I love the markings on his face especially. I have to say that Dagr's coat length is probably similar to Ollie's.
|07-17-2014 07:29 AM|
|Carriesue||Huh! My boys parents weren't long coat either, in fact he was the only long coat in the litter and his fur did all kinds of crazy things during puppyhood! Even now he still has a medium coat length compared to some of the insanely fluffy full showline dogs. He appears to have ear floofs which indicate long coat though of course we'd need updated pics to know for sure. *wink wink nudge nudge*|
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