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Old 01-11-2013, 12:08 PM
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Oh I put the point of his knee WAY too high, didn't I? And shoulder blade too far back on his back. Whoops. ANATOMY FTW.

I'm an acupuncturist, I'm used to FEELING for landmarks, not VISUALIZING them.
actually the point of the shoulder is at the right level, but it looks like you made the point of the shoulder just a tad too far forward.

As far the rear, your stifle joint is too high and too far forward. He actually has less angulation in the rear than in the front.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:10 PM
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I'm guessing if people want their dogs "lined" they could just post a pic and there are folks who could do it? I'm heading out for a bit but could some later. After I ante up my Kim & Web pics if I can find them. Web doesn't self-stack often, partially due to his structure, so it'll be a search I am sure
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:10 PM
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I think this is a little better. Although honestly it's REALLY hard for me to find landmarks looking at a picture, I really need to feel the dog. I should put some little colored sticker dots on his landmarks before I take a picture.



ETA: Here he is plain.

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Old 01-11-2013, 12:26 PM
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:27 PM
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I'm guessing if people want their dogs "lined" they could just post a pic and there are folks who could do it? I'm heading out for a bit but could some later. After I ante up my Kim & Web pics if I can find them. Web doesn't self-stack often, partially due to his structure, so it'll be a search I am sure
I would love that! Unfortunately I just went through like 300 pages on Flickr and all the best 'stacked' shots of the Dobermans have them wearing coats haha. I'll have to see if I can find some on the computer at home that I just haven't uploaded. I think I do.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:38 PM
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I'm guessing if people want their dogs "lined" they could just post a pic and there are folks who could do it? I'm heading out for a bit but could some later. After I ante up my Kim & Web pics if I can find them. Web doesn't self-stack often, partially due to his structure, so it'll be a search I am sure
That would be so cool. I think the only picture I have of any dog looking stacked is this one:


TipperStack by taqroy, on Flickr

And I really don't think her back is that hunched up normally (I could be wrong as I don't pay a whole lot of attention lol).

ETA: And of course she's in a harness which probably doesn't help. Whoops.
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:39 PM
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Now I want to get stacked pictures off ALL of my dogs. I will be attempting this when my husband gets home
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:45 PM
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Had a little more time than I thought so here's Kim. She's one of those dogs you need to confirm with your hands -- it would easy to mistake her mane as her shoulder angle. Her rear feet are not set right (she was just standing in the yard) so that throws off the rear angles just a bit but this gives a pretty good idea.

Just as a note there are somewhat different ways of drawing lines too (within a certain range anyway). For example, Keechak tends to draw her lower leg line through the point of the hock whereas I tend to draw mine through the joint. As long as you note where the line is drawn and are consistent in the way they are drawn it is helpful either way.



Basically I got hella lucky with Kim, a puppy plucked off of Petfinder for her pretty face and herder type. While she is also not perfect she is built well. I don't have many gaiting pics of my dogs but her structure allows her to have nice reach -- look how far her extended legs stretch relative to her nose/rear as well as the balance, despite the surface (she's on a frozen ice channel covered in snow):
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The Muppet looks like this when stacked...



And in a full out run!





Whim stacked

8 weeks


16 months



20 months


3 years


Somewhat wet 3 1/2 years
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