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|07-06-2014 04:55 AM|
Originally Posted by onyx'girl View Post
|07-03-2014 02:19 AM|
Originally Posted by my boy diesel View Post
|07-03-2014 12:17 AM|
|my boy diesel||
something seems slightly off it is hard to say
shorter muzzle maybe but he is a pup
where did you purchase him?
did he come with papers and a pedigree?
if you post those things i bet folks would be pleased to help you sort it
|07-02-2014 11:03 PM|
|LokiTheDog||Thank you all! I would love him regardless (duh) but I was getting confused at all the mixed comments. I suppose due to his white markings. I will definitely be comparing pictures another 6 months from now to see his changes!|
|07-02-2014 10:39 PM|
Bigger isn't always better, for sure. I agree with Nancy, they go thru wonky phases and comparison should not be done. Your pup looks adorable and pretty normal for the age.
Here is my pup at 4 months, though he sure doesn't look that young.
These were taken 5 yrs ago today, my TBT contribution a few hours early
|07-02-2014 10:32 PM|
|jocoyn||At 6 months they go through all kinds of wonky stages. Head looks good. Some go through a real tiny pinhead stage and then the head grows.|
|07-02-2014 10:26 PM|
|Sunflowers||Completely normal GSD, and not thin at all.|
|07-02-2014 10:22 PM|
|lawmarshall||looks like gsd to me... ^_^|
|07-02-2014 09:17 PM|
|brembo||Small does not equal less in GSDs. Quicker, less prone to joint issues and live longer(in theory). There is a reason BCs are cheater dogs in flyball, they are just about perfectly sized for quickness and speed. That and their insane drive. I have two smaller GSDs now(female is tiny) and I have as much fun with them as my dearly departed mutant giant Banjo. They are still GSD, and attitude and disposition make up 99% of what makes dogs special anyways. Eat less too....|
|07-02-2014 08:57 PM|
|Nigel||Looks like a normal GSD to me.|
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