|05-07-2014 07:11 PM|
So does Jade, she's purebred
Jade bl/tan - About 6 - 7 months: [IMG][/IMG]
19 months: [IMG][/IMG]
Bestest pup EVER!
|05-07-2014 01:55 PM|
LOL my pup has a gay tail... he can relax it and often does but carries it hooked upward a lot.
|05-07-2014 01:27 PM|
Is her tail always up and curled? Or does it hang down relaxed sometimes?
I'm thinking pure-bred with a gay tail - more of a probability that she is pure-bred if the tail does relax down at times.
|05-07-2014 01:20 PM|
there are GSD with a "gay tail" meaning that the tail is carried above the level of the back. It is a fault .
credit to Linda Shaw for this illustration
Correct in Motion 16) TAIL:Bushy with the last vertebra extending past the hock joint. It is set smoothly into the croup and should appear to hang as a plume. At rest the tail hangs in a slight curve like a saber. When the dog is excited or in motion, the curve is accentuated and the tail is raised, but it should never curl forward beyond the vertical line nor above the level of the back. The tail should never be carried straight out or rolled up over the back. A tail that is raised above the vertical line and/or past the horizontal line of the croup is a DISQUALIFYING FAULT. Tails that are too short, thin, or ratty should be severely penalized.
Ring Tail in Motion
Gay Tail in Motion
|05-07-2014 01:02 PM|
|truff||whatever the mix comes from, she is going to be very beautiful|
|05-05-2014 09:09 PM|
|HarleyTheGSD||I agree, I would guess Malamute or Husky cross.|
|05-05-2014 08:55 PM|
|glowingtoadfly||My purebred girl has a curve in her tail...|
|05-05-2014 08:41 PM|
|CindyMDBecker||Oh my goodness THAT is one SWEET face!|
|05-05-2014 08:40 PM|
GSD/Husky mix or GSD/Malamute mix?
I don't know but it sure is cute!
|05-05-2014 08:38 PM|
German Shepherd and ? Mix
I've had my puppy for about a month now and she has been great! I adopted her from a German Shepherd shelter, but with her tail curve, she must have some arctic breed in her. What do you think she looks like? My guess is shepherd/malamute or shepherd/husky.