A New Litter to Evaluate From Birth to Maturity

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Re: A New Litter to Evaluate From Birth to Maturity

Post  Bright Star on Wed Oct 26, 2011 5:05 pm

Hi All,

Critique away from what you can see, realizing much better pics should work out in a week Very Happy !!!!! I am intentionally not telling you which puppy is which Wink

*NOTE* For those that may read this in the future to learn by, please be aware that these pics are at 5 1/2 weeks old and the puppies are just gaining confidence in using their legs. Thus, they are not actually stacked, but rather still in training.

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Post  Rhodach on Thu Oct 27, 2011 2:59 pm

Pups A and C would be worth following as they mature, the other 2 are too long in the leg for my liking.

Look forward to seeing more pics as they mature.

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Post  Admin on Thu Oct 27, 2011 3:45 pm

I was just going to say A & C as well...length & legs are what turned me off from the other two:) I will say that B & D look to have nice neck lengths:) It's funny, because both A & C are positioned almost the same and B & D are positioned almost he same as well, lol

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Post  alaskanlowrider on Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:03 pm

Admin wrote:I was just going to say A & C as well...length & legs are what turned me off from the other two:) I will say that B & D look to have nice neck lengths:) It's funny, because both A & C are positioned almost the same and B & D are positioned almost he same as well, lol

It may be just the positioning but I am really favoring A and C as well.....especially A - I am a sucker for thick bone.
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