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thoughts on my dog's conformation?:)

Discussion in 'Today's APBT' started by KatieH, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. KatieH

    KatieH Puppy

    She is a one year old 50 lb female:) (ignore her Halloween costume in some of the pics) Any opinions would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks guys<3
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  2. brindlexpitt

    brindlexpitt Derpidoo

    An actual stacked photo would be more helpful.


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  3. KatieH

    KatieH Puppy

    Here are some pictures taken right now:) she did not want to stand for these so it was kind of difficult and the last picture her legs look really short because of the angle but, as you can see in other pictures, they are longer than that. CAM02044.jpg CAM02045.jpg CAM02047.jpg
     
  4. CrazyK9

    CrazyK9 Good Dog

    Nevermind... posted at the same time.
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014
  5. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    If you can get any straight side shots (having someone else to help makes it easier), it'll be easier to tell. I can't speak for her conformation but she looked a little overweight. She supposed to have more of a tuck than she appears to have right now. She's a pretty dog though.
     
  6. Mollie's Nana

    Mollie's Nana Krypto Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I don't really know anything about conformation, so I'm not much help, but she's a beautiful girl... are her ears natural or cropped? She almost looks like a Great Dane with those full prick ears, I love them! She is definitely a happy girl, that's for sure, and she is beautiful!! =)
     
  7. KatieH

    KatieH Puppy

    aw thank you so sweet<3 Yes she is a very happy, loving girl:) She runs to the gate just to see me when she hears my car in the driveway, then to the other side as I walk to the front door:) and when we go on a walk she won't get more than 50 feet from my little brother or I even off leash and will even stop and wait for us while our little dog doesn't care. (won't even chase the ducks at the park unless im within that 50 feet hahaha!) Her ears are natural:) She was the only one in her litter with ears like that, don,t know where they came from;p
     
  8. Cosmic Charlie

    Cosmic Charlie Good Dog

    In a public area your dog should be on leash regardless of how well your dog is trained. If something causes your dog to "turn on" there will be little you can do to stop it. With a leash that would be no problem. Your dog looks fine but, I am no conformation expert. As unoriginal stated the dog is a bit overweight. Other than trimming a few pounds the dog looks healthy from the pictures.
     
  9. KatieH

    KatieH Puppy

    thanks:) nope shes not off leash in public:) she goes running in the acres of cow pastures behind my house:)
     

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