On September 11 2006, 21:10, msvette2u wrote:Maybe, since the trainer sees her in person and we're looking at one dimensional photos, you should take her advice
On Mon Sep 11, 2006 8:13 pm, mnp13 wrote:On September 11 2006, 21:10, msvette2u wrote:Maybe, since the trainer sees her in person and we're looking at one dimensional photos, you should take her advice
It all depends on the trainer's breed knowledge. I think she looks great and if she is well muscled, keep her the way she is.
If a trainer is used to seeing Labs they are going to think she is emaciated!
On Tue Sep 12, 2006 11:19 am, rockermom wrote:I too think her head is making her look as if her body is too small. Rocky's body is quite similar where I always am asked if he has whippet or greyhound in him. However at one time his head was large for his body up untill about 8 months he then grew into it. his head is not big and wide like a typical pit head it is more long and narrow.
On September 12 2006, 2:17 PM, pibblegrl wrote:She is a beuaty!!
When Dale lost a ton of weight a couple of years ago due to illness...he looked like the worlds biggest bobblehead..
On Tue Sep 12, 2006 5:50 pm, Knomad wrote:Is she heavier by a couple of pounds in the last pic you posted because there she looks great. She looks lovely anyway but I do think in the top pic she could use a couple more pounds on her.
If theres a weight difference between the two then yes, id go for the second pic weight myself.
Its hard to say because it could just be the ligh and the shot. I know from my dogs they can looker fatter and thinner in back to back pics depending how you catch the shot.
Lovely looking dog
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