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View Poll Results: Is your dog typey?
No 7 14.58%
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:18 PM
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She's beautiful! I love the darker colored turvs so much.
Thanks! Me too; don't tell Elsie, but black dogs are my favorite.

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Yeah, well, that's the best kind. I personally think she looks true to her breed but I don't really know the breed well so if she doesn't, the rest of the breed needs to aspire more to be like her
She doesn't have a super extreme head, and her ear set is a little weird.

I agree, though; she's perfect. ;]

I think Trent is very typey; he looks like a GSD and nothing else.
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:19 PM
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Penny has a white toe (automatic DQ) and a white marking on her chest (not penalized technically but not actually a good thing either) ..so, she's out of standard, markings wise.

She single tracks in her movement though like a champ& temperament wise she fits. I think she's nicely put together ..but I don't really know?
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:26 PM
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Such neat looking dogs on here! Love the variety.
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:45 PM
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Jasper is immediately identifiable as a Collie, because he basically looks just like "Lassie". So to the general public, he's super easy to identify. He doesn't look that much like the current show Collies though.

I'm personally a big fan of his more old school/classic look!




Yarrow fits the ANCD standard very well - i.e. he looks a lot like a wolf





I guess the general public can't really identify Malinois anyway, but even those people who have seen "those police dogs" before don't identify Onyx as such...she's small and much darker than most. She's working line and since there's so much variety, she fits in there somewhere. She doesn't really look like your classic Malinois though.


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Old 02-10-2014, 12:51 PM
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Beautiful dogs! I agree with you about the old fashioned look. I also prefer the "old fashioned" GSDs that aren't so exaggerated.
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:09 PM
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Well Juno still gets mistaken for a Boston terrier so...

I don't really know with her, I like the way she looks but I suck at really judging these things!
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:47 PM
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Default Yep but Joe Public gets it wrong

My guy is a finished breed CH and sire of CHs. Most folks call him a Pomeranian.

I say he is light on the ear fringe, as Reds commonly are. His breeder says, "My Reds have plenty of fringe, see?" OK. He does have more now that he is older than in this photo at 10months. His size, structure, headset, coat, and coloring are all very typical. The brown smudge on his mouth is distracting but not incorrect. (If his face was all red or all white, that would be a fault. The colored ears represent butterfly wings. The white up the forehead represents the body of the butterfly. Solid or split faces are faults.)
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Old 02-10-2014, 01:49 PM
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Yes! So much adorableness.

What shall we write in the temperament box?
Uhh, we just leave that part blank!
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I don't usually take a second look at Collies but Jasper has always caught my eye. I always wonder if it's because he seems to fit in so well with your life-background, or if it's because he looks so functional.

And Onyx is so freaking gorgeous!
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I'm personally a big fan of his more old school/classic look!
I do too! Jasper reminds me a lot of our old collie, Danny, type-wise...he was a rescue and almost certainly a BYB dog, but I still prefer that kind of look to most conformation-bred collies.
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