Stark looks good, but I'd try and get his head (neck) up a little more. Leaning too far forward flattens his wither.
With is rear, it looks like he's toeing out with the forward foot. When you set that foot, grab him by the hock, and turn the foot inwards (towards his belly). It should then set straighter when released.
Both dogs also look a bit east/west in front. When setting the front, grab by the elbow When setting the left foot, grab the dog's head and turn it to the left while holding onto the left elbow. Rotate that foot inwards, towards the center line of the chest. Do the same for the right foot, turning the dog's head to the right as you set the foot.
The feet will want to rotate back some, but will largely stay in a forward facing position, which creates a better appearance of the front.
Try and get Stark to lean forward a bit, and get up on his toes. His pasterns won't look as soft.
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