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01-22-2014 12:38 AM
KZoppa
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what i love about the 7-10 months stage (especially with ddr dogs) is that at this age they look like full grown adults. to strangers they look fierce and ready to take down a lion but in truth behind closed doors they still acts like puppies. mine just turned 9 months and he still whines like a big baby


yeah, he's actually thickened up more than I realized until I really looked at him from last month to this month. Still ALL puppy though. It cracks me up when people see him and are like OMG HE'S HUGE!!!! nah... not really. Should see my female! She's got at least 10 lbs on him but looks like she's got more. She's my thick girl.

but really, he does look like an adult. I'm anxious to see him all filled out and done growing. I cant wait to compare THOSE pictures!
01-22-2014 12:28 AM
boomer11 what i love about the 7-10 months stage (especially with ddr dogs) is that at this age they look like full grown adults. to strangers they look fierce and ready to take down a lion but in truth behind closed doors they still acts like puppies. mine just turned 9 months and he still whines like a big baby
01-22-2014 12:20 AM
KZoppa Here ya go!! Pictures from them playing in the snow

http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...ml#post4880185
01-21-2014 11:58 PM
KZoppa
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Wow very nice! That is seriously the best of both worlds. Cute puppy for a few months and then a badass dog. How is his temperament?

he's a chicken lol. Still very much a puppy, curious about everything. Determined. He's actually a really good boy and he tries so hard to behave himself but his energy level really picked up at about 6 months old so he's always moving around. He's friendly but alert. Like if we're out on a walk and someone walks past us, he'll practically turn himself inside out to watch them until he feels they're at a safe distance. He listens to everything, alert. He likes attention but over stimulates still so we're working on that. Pretty much he's a pretty good boy, not as confident as I would like him to be but once he does something a couple times, he's pretty well fine with it after that. He whines a lot, especially when he cant be right there with me or isn't getting his way which is to be right up my butt all day and night or out the same time Shasta is all the time, he's vocal. I'm sure if I had more training options available we could work on some serious confidence boosters and his confidence would be out of this world. He's determined, doesn't like to give up when he wants something. He has a ton of potential, I'm sure. Just have to unlock it. But like I said, still very much a puppy. Am intensely curious as to his adult personality as he matures.
01-21-2014 11:56 PM
Stevenzachsmom Oh Honey, Just wait 'til your kids do that to you. That growing up thing is tough. Dax is gorgeous!
01-21-2014 11:50 PM
KZoppa These are the most current ones I have that are clear. I got some of him and Shasta playing in the snow tonight that I can put up in a bit.






01-21-2014 11:46 PM
KZoppa Lemme see which pictures I already have up that I can put over here without having to resize.
01-21-2014 02:31 AM
Xena9012
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......but I am always excited about them growing up and having bigger bladders.
Ha I agree!. Especially with Xena. She always pees when she gets excited and meets a new person. Everyone is always washing their feet afterwards. I can't wait till she grows out of that,
01-20-2014 10:32 PM
lorihd@comcast.net "WOW", cant believe how big he got, where did the time go! super handsome boy you have there
01-20-2014 08:05 PM
Okie2 Gorgeous!!!!!! That Face!!!!!!

Thanks for sharing......
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