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12-02-2012 12:38 AM
hunterisgreat
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My 18 month old male still sits like that and he has beautiful hips.
My... 39 month old, still sits like that
12-01-2012 11:17 AM
Wild Wolf My 18 month old male still sits like that and he has beautiful hips.
12-01-2012 11:07 AM
Srdl9886 Lol!!! I think he just said, "screw it, im sleeping!!!"


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12-01-2012 01:17 AM
hunterisgreat I think one of the puppies in the last photo might be dead lol
12-01-2012 01:16 AM
hunterisgreat Katya sits sloppy and lays sloppy unless she is in drive. Everyone said the same crap. I pennhip'ed her at 3 years of age and guess what, she is a .26/.28 which are awesome hips. The highest rating (>10th percentile) that pennhip reports. You can't see HD unless it is debilitatingly severe
12-01-2012 01:05 AM
Srdl9886 Attachment 23248Attachment 23249Attachment 23250Attachment 23251

I guess he got rid of the "lazy puppy sit" & here are some updated pictures of him at in board training


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11-22-2012 08:26 AM
Kyleigh You'll hear so many different versions of "sit" it will drive you nuts.

My first dog sat like that and yes, she had HD ... Kyleigh sat like that as a young pup, and does so every now and then ... at 17 months, there are no signs of HD and both parents are fine ...
11-22-2012 08:19 AM
jocoyn Because you have a shepherd, be prepared for a life of "Oh his hips are bad" just because of the breed. I have even had someone say that about an OFA Good dog who was clearly fine.
11-22-2012 01:34 AM
Castlemaid I call that the "lazy puppy sit". Normal and nothing to be worried about - they usually grow out of it.
11-22-2012 01:18 AM
codmaster
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Here are some pics of my puppy Bear in in-board training at assertive K9 in Corona, Ca. Im concerned about the way he is sitting, could he have hip problems? .. Any feedback? Attachment 22871Attachment 22872Attachment 22873Attachment 22874


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Looks more like to me that your puppy has "Puppy Sit".

Common affliction with puppies - they do grow out of it!
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