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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppyx View Post
    God, Zena was beautiful, she reminds me of our Shep Chief who past few years ago, except their noses are a little diff shape

    we will get another, just not yet !
    Thanks very much for your compliment. I was training her for the highest title you can get in Obedience when she died. She is also the reason the treats were created.

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    Rufus has his second birthday on April 1st - thought it was a fitting day!!

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    wow ha, thats lovely.
    when i saw her picture i just thought she was a prime example of the breed...

    this is making me want another GSD, our last only made 7 years, in about 5 years maybe, but i can see us being quite busy with the borders as they get older.....lumps bumps dental care joints. oh man maybe 10 -15 years!

    do miss having one in my life, have grown up having at least 1 around
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Rufus has his second birthday on April 1st - thought it was a fitting day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppyx View Post
    wow ha, thats lovely.
    when i saw her picture i just thought she was a prime example of the breed...
    Well, I'm sure an expert with an eye for structure & confirmation would disagree, but I must say Zena's confirmation sh!ts all over my poor Tara. I dislike the way her back legs are all spindly & wobble like she's crippled when she walks or trots. The poor thing is all hunched over when she gaits & stumbles along like she's been built by a committee. I met a 4 month old GSD pup today at club & took particular notice of its back legs, which were shocking for this wobble factor. It must be rampant at the moment. I'll be interested to hear DA's report for her new girl's structure when she arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Occy View Post
    Hideously overdone and unnatural:


    Much nicer
    Okay people, Back on topic please. Im Guessing for this first picture a.... black and tan? and the next one a red and black. probably the main thing i dont like about GSDs are the way they are stacked. very unattactive from my point of view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    Well, I'm sure an expert with an eye for structure & confirmation would disagree, but I must say Zena's confirmation sh!ts all over my poor Tara. I dislike the way her back legs are all spindly & wobble like she's crippled when she walks or trots. The poor thing is all hunched over when she gaits & stumbles along like she's been built by a committee. I met a 4 month old GSD pup today at club & took particular notice of its back legs, which were shocking for this wobble factor. It must be rampant at the moment. I'll be interested to hear DA's report for her new girl's structure when she arrives.
    I can't wait for her to arrive so I can check her out. To my understanding it is understood she has a very solid, thick bone structure, which means jack-**** in the real world! ROFL.

    Look, I'm partial to the "Old Style" GSD. Zena appears "Old Style."
    I prefer their conformation any day to the modern "roach back." Their temperament IS different IMO, I believe it is NOT just an old wive's tale.
    Will be interested to see how Logan moves. She is a roach back.

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    i guess i am no expert then haha, but i prefer the old style look too, glad to know there are others out there. To me Zena has beautiful stance, she looks healthy and Strong
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    Dudes- this is total derailliration. Back on topic please.

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    I've had roach backs and Old Style together, and have always found the Old Style's to be stronger boned, naturally more heavily built, but...I have always found the Roach backs to be more active and faster.

    Sorry Boxerini, way off topic here.

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