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11-16-2014 01:48 AM
King1122 He is a very handsome guy!
10-29-2014 08:09 AM
d4lilbitz Very handsome, love his dark mask!
10-29-2014 06:12 AM
d4mmo Thanks for the kind compliments.
His coat is shedding now and is changing dramatically.

I think he is done with height at exactly 25inch.
He hasn't grown in height at all this month.

Here's another shot. He is a little wet though
Attachment 249178
10-18-2014 12:24 PM
GSDluver4lyfe He's gorgeous! Absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE that dark mask set on a beautifully masculine head! I love when you look at a GSD and can instantly tell if its a male or female (as the standard mandates). My current boy, Mace probably has the best secondary sexual characteristics of the 3 male GSD's i have owned. With my other GSD's the first question people usually ask is that a boy or a girl?! People rarely ask that question now with Mace. And he is the shortest male I've owned, but very stocky.
10-18-2014 12:24 AM
osito23 I like him. He's a good looking pup!
10-18-2014 12:04 AM
d4mmo Thanks for that wild wolf. I am stacking him the exact way it says not to.
I think I may be stretching him a little to much, making him look more angulated than he is
10-17-2014 10:28 PM
Wild Wolf He's very masculine, dark and handsome!

Yes, your stacking is improving significantly! I have a guide to stacking on my website:

The GSD Stack - German Shepherd Guide
10-17-2014 10:28 PM
d4mmo Attachment 247217
Not a proper stack but I love this photo
10-17-2014 10:25 PM
d4mmo A couple more. I think his done with height. His very solid and robust. Attachment 247201
I'm getting better at stacking him though.
10-05-2014 02:06 PM
Originally Posted by lhczth View Post
Much better. His front legs are out in front of him a bit too much, but you can still see him.

Very masculine young male with very good bone and excellent color. OK withers and topline, good length of croup that is slightly steep. Very good angulation front and rear though his upper arm should be longer. I believe his pasterns are probably good, but his feet should be tighter (for my tastes).

Thank you so much. Your critique seems very similar to my thoughts. I do need to position his front legs under him more. (I thing having them under him will express his withers a little more also)
His rear legs are firming up with age. The seemed to be more loose when he was younger.
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