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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 12-17-2016, 10:24 AM Thread Starter
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German Shepherd from 1930's era video of awesome jumps

I found this video on youtube and had to post it, it's an old video i guess of a German shepherd doing these insanely high jumps!

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look at the conformation .

what else does this dog have that is uncommon today ?

B O L D N E S S -- a bold , daring-do, seems to be doing it for the love of being physical

good connection and trust with the handler --
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look at the conformation .

what else does this dog have that is uncommon today ?

B O L D N E S S -- a bold , daring-do, seems to be doing it for the love of being physical

good connection and trust with the handler --
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Incredible. I wonder how the dogs hips were after all these jumps. I can't imagine landing from 10 feet is good for their bones.
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If the body structure is correct, it is not as harmful as one may think.
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Very impressive athleticism!On the other hand,I have seen some slow motion videos that include the landing where you can see what happens to the front legs and shoulders.Looks brutal!
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Very impressive athleticism!On the other hand,I have seen some slow motion videos that include the landing where you can see what happens to the front legs and shoulders.Looks brutal!
On the first jump, if you can pause it at 4 and 5 seconds you can see where he's so well balanced that its not so much a crashing impact, but more like its almost another stride in a fast run.
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Amazing! Any lines like this left?
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I have seen this before. And the first thing that stood out was the conformation. Not too much rear angulation, more like a Mal, enabling the jumping ability.
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