Originally Posted by Aleron
There are tricks to make them look more extreme in the rear in stacked pictures too, although of course, the dogs have to have some length in the thigh bones to accomplish it. So again, it's nice to see the dogs standing on their own or a video or see them in person.
This. Their backs don't slope. The length of bone between the stifle and hock is crazy long. When they stand normally you don't see the slope. It's when you stack them and pull the legs out behind them. They extend out so far because of the length, which gives the illusion of a sloping back.