** 3 different stands ( Pics), which do you prefer ** - Page 4

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by susie on 10 November 2017 - 18:11

Hi, Waleed!
I prefer pic2 ( although the lightning is horrible ), guess, it's the most "truthful" in case of her current conformation, followed by pic1 ( very nice pic of a very nice dog ).
I totally dislike pic3, too much of everything, and the lay of upperarm looks steep although it isn't.

No comment to Centurian...

Did I tell you she is a beauty???


by Hundmutter on 10 November 2017 - 18:11

Sunny - NICE ! Thumbs UpTeeth SmileShades Smile

by waleed786 on 10 November 2017 - 20:11

Thanks Susie.

Centurian , i read your latest comment ' A video would be better to present your dog. Waleed if you cannot understand this - you are hopeless' and had bloody good chuckle..

Are you serious.. 'hopeless you say'.

I repeat, The pics were simply loaded to show the the 3 most common.ways of stacking a showline gsd.. Yes , I agree the pics are not perfect, I dont give to two Shitzels...

I never posted the pice so that people could give a critique about her structure..
It was merely to find out what tickles ones fancy....


by Sunsilver on 10 November 2017 - 21:11

I still think #3 is the best picture, as far as showing off her conformation. #2 is what I'd call a 'bridged' stack, with the front legs angled backwards. It is also very poorly lit. #1 is my second choice, as it's well lit and the dog looks happy. It also shows off her nice bone and rich pigment.

by sonora on 10 November 2017 - 23:11

Hi Waleed,
To me the 1st. picture is the best and most correct of the 3.
the dog is standing in a well balanced, natural position.
showing her beautiful head and expression, with vg. good colour and ear placement.
A beautiful backline and croup, naturally.
the picture shows of her beautiful hind quarters, croup, angles and length of bones.

I would add to make it better:
a) The left hind should be placed a little back, so the hocks are perpendicular to the ground.
b) The dog should be mildy, attracted from the front, so as to show off
the fr. Angulations , the length of neck and improve the withers and topline.
c) Please, always step back when you have finished stacking
and present your dog to the judge, don't fall over your dog.

She is a beautiful bitch.

by altostland on 11 November 2017 - 04:11

#3 is my favorite. The front legs are positioned well enough under her, Which reveals more chest and layback of shoulder; the left hind leg is far enough back to show the dog's underline and give an accurate picture of the height-to-length ratio of the dog. Both hind legs are very well positioned as far as forward and backward. The toes of the hind feet should be directly in line with the front feet, which should be straight under the withers and pointing straight ahead, neither angling in under the body, nor out away from it.

by waleed786 on 11 November 2017 - 12:11

As mentioned, its always interisting to see the different view points..

4 people like no.3

3 people like no.2

and 2 people like no.1


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