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Old 12-19-2007, 11:26 PM
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Default Gloria stacked 13.5 weeks

Gloria stacking at 13.5 weeks old. Her front leg is placed wrong, I have her toeing out, but other than that, for a wiggly puppy, I am pretty happy with how she's coming along. Ignore the nails! They need to be trimmed, that's next!

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Old 12-19-2007, 11:28 PM
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OO She is going to be a show stopping little girl!!

She really was a fabulous pick!
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:31 PM
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whattta lovely chublette! I came "this close" to getting a black boy pug....but the timing/transport didn't pan out.
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:35 PM
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shes a stunner!
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:40 PM
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whattta lovely chublette! I came "this close" to getting a black boy pug....but the timing/transport didn't pan out.
I didn't know you were a pug fan? Were you going to show the pup? Too bad it didn't work out, your life would have been changed forever!
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:44 PM
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Wow, she's looking good. I am assuming that with Pugs it's all table stacking?
Also how long does it take to get her stacked properly? I'm just curious because I'm new to the dog showing thing, and I just wonder how long other people take.
Also how good is she at free stacking?
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No just a pet pup for me, from a very nice litter tho. I have feelers out more locally so it'll happen eventually!
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Old 12-19-2007, 11:46 PM
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Puppy stacking is FUN. when you're showing Beagles at least you get what 5-10 SECONDS to get them set right on the table before the judge comes? If you take too long some judges are known to stack the dog FOR you...HAHA!
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No just a pet pup for me, from a very nice litter tho. I have feelers out more locally so it'll happen eventually!
Hmmm...now I am tempted to know whose pups you were looking at!
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Wow, she's looking good. I am assuming that with Pugs it's all table stacking?
Also how long does it take to get her stacked properly? I'm just curious because I'm new to the dog showing thing, and I just wonder how long other people take.
Also how good is she at free stacking?
Pugs are table stacked for the judges exam and free stacked on a loose lead the rest of the time. Gloria is very young, but her free stacking and understanding of it, is taking after her mother who was an absolute dream to show. She made it look so easy!

I can usually set her up in a couple of seconds, but right now she's a pup so it doesn't last long!
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