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12-05-2013 09:57 PM
TaylorGSDT Oh cute!! My female's tail lays normally, my male's just curls for some reason. But I only mind it when he smacks me on the face with it! Lol


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12-05-2013 09:36 PM
shepherdmom Beautiful dog. Many years ago I had a white german shepherd/Akita mix who had curl in her tail and that peachy color.

12-05-2013 09:06 PM
TaylorGSDT I'm glad as well. I couldn't have asked for a better dog, in all honesty. He's perfect.


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12-03-2013 11:45 PM
KZoppa
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Not sure! The lady said she didn't know. His father was purebred and AKC registered. I have a photo copy of his certification and the breeder he came from. But they said his mother looked just like Giselle, but I never got to see her with my own eyes. The guy that owned her, moved away. I got him at 6 months old because they couldn't sell him like they had sold his litter mates and the lady was going to take him to the shelter because she was sick of having him.


sounds typical. Glad he ended up with someone who actually cares about him! They're both gorgeous.
12-03-2013 11:42 PM
blueangele I have a WGSD as well, he has gotten a lot more tan in the few months I have had him, I like to call him 'champagne' colored ;-)


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12-03-2013 11:27 PM
TaylorGSDT Not sure! The lady said she didn't know. His father was purebred and AKC registered. I have a photo copy of his certification and the breeder he came from. But they said his mother looked just like Giselle, but I never got to see her with my own eyes. The guy that owned her, moved away. I got him at 6 months old because they couldn't sell him like they had sold his litter mates and the lady was going to take him to the shelter because she was sick of having him.
12-03-2013 11:23 PM
jessjeric I nannied for a family that had a dog who looked EXACTLY like this! He was a husky/shepherd mix. HE was a big boy, had the slightly curled tail, peach tips, everything


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12-03-2013 11:20 PM
KZoppa
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Oh you misread! I said "MIXED" not fixed lol


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WHOOPS! My first male was a Border collie/GSD mix. He topped 70lbs. 75lbs on a fat day. He was actually a pretty big boy all things considered. But for the record, his ears look fine! What's he mixed with?
12-03-2013 11:17 PM
TaylorGSDT Oh you misread! I said "MIXED" not fixed lol


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12-03-2013 11:10 PM
KZoppa He's cute! Curled tail doesn't have anything to do with him being fixed lol. Neither does the weak ears. It can stunt or slow down his growth but wouldn't be the cause for tail and ears being wonky. The tail is what's called gay tail. Don't ask, just what its called when it sits that way. The ears can be attributed to weak genetics IE someone in his lineage had weak ears and was bred anyway and it carried down or he could just have weak ears or his ears were damaged when he was younger? Any number of things really. He's loved and he's cute so that's all there is!
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