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Join Date: Apr 2000
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Snow nose (loss of pigment) is more common in the winter with the shorter days and when the dogs spend less time outside. Maybe it is caused by a decrease in D3, but I wouldn't start supplementing Vit D. Also make sure you are not feeding him in plastic dishes.
Young male with high withers, slight dip behind the withers, nice short loin, good croup though a little steep (could be because he is standing up hill). I can't really see his shoulder, but he looks to have very good angulation front and rear. Maybe toeing out a bit in front, but could be just the way he is set up. Very nice and intelligent expression. Other than the pink nose, he looks to have good pigment.
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