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belladonnalily 11-10-2013 10:07 AM

Critique
 
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Taking a deep breathe here. I'm new to this, and my boy is not aiming to be a show dog, an IPO3 dog (although we are training, for fun mostly) or a sire. He is my best friend and the love of my life.

That said, for MY education, I would love some knowledgable critiques of his comformation.

He will be 7mo next week and is ~80lbs. He is standing on an incline in this picture but he isn't still often :D so its the best uptodate pic I have.

Thanks :)



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belladonnalily 11-10-2013 01:35 PM

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Not sure if this means no one wants to hurt my feelings that badly or that he's si perfect no fault can be found :D

Seriously, I'm a horse person so I'm simply looking for feedback as to strengths and weaknesses. I'm not yet sure what I should be looking for. So I won't get upset when his faults are pointed out (unless its downright mean...).

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Kaiser2012 11-10-2013 01:38 PM

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I think they need a better (stacked, closer and on his plane) picture to work with :)

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Castlemaid 11-10-2013 02:09 PM

There are not many members on the board who have the experience to give a proper critique, and proper structure cannot be evaluated without a proper stack. Your dog is sorta standing funny, I bet he would look very different with a better pose and a closer pic on level ground.

Here is a link to give you some guidelines on how to stack:
https://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...how-stack.html

https://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...e-posting.html

Post your picture in the Critique section:

Critique My Dog - German Shepherd Dog Forums

Don't worry if you can't get a perfect stack - just do you best, takes time to learn how to do it correctly. And be patient for feedback - :)

belladonnalily 11-10-2013 06:10 PM

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Thanks all...honestly I thought only "show" dogs were stacked. See how little I know? I will check the links out and work on it.. THEN post in the appropriate section (somehow I missed it).

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sarah1366 11-30-2013 05:03 AM

He is geourgous to many people breed with a really sloping back witch tends cause hip problems later yours is just nice as he is is he mainly german lines cause I found the german line breeding gsds tend be more leggy witch he is very leggy reminds me my mums dog lissa she was tall but her breeding was based on uran vom wilde stiegerland either way lovely dog

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Mrs.P 11-30-2013 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarah1366 (Post 4587689)
with a really sloping back witch tends cause hip problems later

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This is NOT true. The slope of the back does not cause hip problems.


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