|03-03-2014 09:51 AM|
|lhczth||The upper arm runs from the elbow to the point of the shoulder. Go feel it on your own dog. That will help you visualize it in the photos.|
|03-03-2014 12:15 AM|
Hopefully that makes sense. xD
|03-01-2014 10:44 AM|
|lhczth||Short upper arm:|
|03-01-2014 10:42 AM|
|lhczth||Here are three photos I did some editing to a few years ago. All have long upper arms. The line from the elbow to the point of the chest.|
|03-01-2014 10:41 AM|
GSD Puppy Conformation - picking the right puppy - Page 1
Leerburg Dog Training | Balance Problems With the American Show German Shepherd
THE ILLUSTRATED STANDARD OF THE GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG
|03-01-2014 12:29 AM|
Well, I can give you a good example of poor conformation.
The girls, a mockingbird, and Connor 069 by RBElwell, on Flickr
Leo has a very straight, upright shoulder, and a short forearm. She also has a narrow front and tied in elbows. The end result is very little reach in front, and an overall lack of agility.
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|03-01-2014 12:10 AM|
Dumb question - "upper arm"?
I can't for the life of me tell the difference between a steep, short, long, etc. upper arm when looking at pictures in the "Critique My Dog" section.
Can someone post pictures of dogs with "desirable" upper arms vs. steep/short/whatever upper arms? And maybe draw points on the pictures, since I don't really know where I'm supposed to be looking?