|04-09-2014 11:33 PM|
and another for comparison
This was taken on 3/8/14
Your boy could very easily still have a lot of changing to do
|04-09-2014 11:30 PM|
I don't have a comparison between 8 weeks and now but here. Dax is getting darker still too.
Something I've learned, a good basis for color is look at the younger puppy pictures and you should be able to get a decent idea of adult coloration.
8 weeks old
if I remember right, about 12 or 13 weeks
about 6-7 months old
Hope that helps give you a rough idea.
Sables don't tend to stop changing until about 3-4 years old and they seem to darken and lighten with the seasons.
|04-09-2014 10:21 PM|
|Mister C||Very handsome dog. I have a soft spot for sables. It's interesting to see the changes they go through as they age.|
|04-09-2014 10:14 PM|
Thanks guys. Its funny because before we got Scout my husband did not like the look of sable German Shepherds at all now he totally prefers them.
Here is a really bad quality picture of his dad from the breeder. I am just hoping he doesn't get as dark as him. (he looks a bit darker in person)
|04-09-2014 10:10 PM|
|anitram||That dog is so beautiful. If I was getting a sable, it's exactly the look I'd want. Gorgeous.|
|04-09-2014 09:31 PM|
|FG167||Wow, great photos and gorgeous dog!|
|04-09-2014 09:04 PM|
|Madisonmj97||They say sables go through color changing till they reach the age of 3.|
|04-09-2014 08:55 PM|
8 weeks and 7 months comparison
First off a couple questions.
I hear people talk about colors changing in GSD as they age. Is it normal for color not to change that much? Obviously he darkened up on the face a bit but really he looks almost the same. Do you think there will be any more changing from the point on?
Second I know he is sable but would he be considered dark sable? Like is he dark enough to be considered dark sable?