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Exclamation is my gsd blk/tan or blk/red please help....

Hello i have a 15 month old gsd and i would like to know what you think his color is. Also he was born 11/15/2010 ( 15 months) and only 70 pounds how big do you think he will be. his sire is czech 105 lbs red sable dam is blk/tn 70 lbs american lines. he hasnt gained Any weight since he was 9 months. please help mostly diamond naturals chicken and rice recently switched from dog chow. he does get some raw.
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post #2 of 53 (permalink) Old 02-09-2012, 11:42 PM
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He looks black and red to me. 70 lbs is within breed standard for a male. I think he is pretty much done growing. Good looking boy-you must be pleased with him.
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Not so sure if it is the lighting. In the last picture he looks more like B&T.
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Hes a good dog he really is so you dont think he will gain anymore weight
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Males can continue to fill out until around age 2 so he may gain another 10 lbs.
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He looks like he's got a healthy weight... at least from what I can see from the pictures.
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Yeah he def hasnt filled in yet he still skinny in the middle
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i appreciate you guys help i really hope i get alot of opinions
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He'll fill out. No worries. He's just 15 months old.
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He looks black and red to me. 70 lbs is within breed standard for a male. I think he is pretty much done growing. Good looking boy-you must be pleased with him.
I think it's the lighting that makes him look red, it looks like they were taken at sunset.
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