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    Hideously overdone and unnatural:


    Much nicer

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    Very true Occy. At that stage of my dog ownership life, if you had said "stacking" to me, all I would have thought of was "car crash".

    Spirit has a natural stack to her. It doesn't take very much to set her & she'll hold the position for as long as you want. Spirit is a show pony.

    I was teaching Spirit how to stack for a White show last year & Tara wanted in on the action. I tried & tried to position her, but all she'd do was turn her head right around with a look that said "Ma, that's weird". She just wouldn't allow me to position those back legs at all & she just kept turning her head & licking my face. Her back legs are shocking. If I get her into the Ob trial ring, I doubt I'll be able to go very far with her. I don't think her back legs have the strength to hold her weight for the obstancles she'll need to jump.

    Spirit on the other hand, is built like the proverbial brick sh!t house & is the old style Sheppie because they haven't screwed with the Whites confirmation too much yet.

    That first stack shot is shockin' mate.
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    London to a brick the first shot is American

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    All these GSDs are only making my decision to get a GSD when I'm older more concrete haha

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    Ooh, nice boy in that second shot, Occy. Nice indeed.

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    I would have no clue, so I'll accept what you say. We had a top GSD judge, breeder, yada, yada, yada come & give show/stacking lessons for the Whites and she didn't teach that sort of thing, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Ooh, nice boy in that second shot, Occy. Nice indeed.
    Drooling already DA ??

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    Oh yeah, that boy is worth drooling over. He reminds me of my boy - Braveheart. He was from NZ stock.

    *Gush, gush, gush, drool, drool, drool*

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    Can't wait for you to start posting "XXX sleeps to go unil she arrives".

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    Can I please have a moment of indulgence and show off my beautiful old girl that I rescued from HP 4 years ago? She was 16kgs when I got her, ended up at 35kgs. Sadly I only had her for just over a year before cancer took her. She was a truly gorgeous dog, loyal, loving, never raised a lip or growled ever. RIP my Sasha girl, I still miss you.
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