This may, or may not, help answer that question. If anything- it's better than nothing... :toasting:Does anyone have pictures to show the comparison with the different "types" of dogs stacked and then just standing normally?
That one is good, this is another good one by the same person.
Thanks for the links everyone they were all interesting. I had never seen this one before. I liked that it showed the same dog in 3 different positions so you can actually see what they look like with or without being stacked. The write up was pretty interesting too.That one is good, this is another good one by the same person.
Illustrated Standard of the German Shepherd Dog, TYPE COMPARISON
I'm in UK took two years to find a dog like that and I did, by sheer luck in the end. Mine is a dead ringer for the dog at 0.55 even down to colouring. Beau is extremely old fashioned type German Shepherd - big boy big boned big klutz of 15 mths. I'm a very proud mum and would love to find a bitch in the UK to perpetuate this size and shape. I have nothing but sympathy for the dogs with roach backs, which are getting worse with each generation.This may, or may not, help answer that question. If anything- it's better than nothing... :toasting:
YouTube - History of the change in the german shepherd over the years
[EDIT- BTW- isn't the dog at 0:55 amazing looking!?]