Fable thinks she's a border collie

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I finally got pics of her being a cute little stalker.





She was hunting a bug. :p I love the way she crouches and circles them.

"Wut? Bugs haz good noms."


"Iz a prancing pony!!"


In this pic you can kind of see how icky her poor little ears are. :/


Incoming SRS puppeh!


"Running with mah sister gives me a happy!"


"Wut? I was doing very important stuffs and you interrupted just to point that stupid box at me?"


Little pup, big world.


*more*
 

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Her tan is spreading.



It might sound odd, since a) shes a shelter pup, and b) she really hasn't been healthy or growing as she should, but besides a rise of her hind end I think she's built kind of nicely. *shrug*
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Hehe she's so cute! I can't wait to see how she grows up! I'm jealous that your dog is a stalker, mine just blunders into things...
 

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She is so incredibly cute!! Her expression is just PERFECTION <3 So much srs bizniz cute going on, I absolutely adore her.

I'm really curious to see what she'll look like all grown up! Can't imagine her as anything other than a sweet puppy doll :)
 

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She is seriously gorgeous! She's one of the cutest puppehs I've ever seen- I'm very excited to see what she'll look like as an adult!

Those stalking pictures are adorable! Emma stalks bugs as well, haha!
 

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Thanks, everyone!
She really is a great pup. Millie is my heart dog, don't get me wrong, and she was a wonderful, sweet, very smart puppy, but she wasn't AWESOMEPANTS like Fable is. :p
Now that I have to give her ear drops and massage/mess with her ears all the time I was afraid her ears would completely drop, but they still seem to be very slowly, but steadily lifting.

Shay, Fable is 15 weeks and TINY TINY TINY. (I call her my floppy eared mini-shepherd. ;)) She's had coccidia probably since I got her, so she's been pretty unhealthy, and she only gained two OUNCES between 10 and 14 weeks. She's still only about 15 lbs. :yikes: I have no idea how tall she is, so I'll have to measure her. And I love that pic of Simi! <3
 
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Well, the first thought that went through my mind when I looked at these pics was "she's really put together well, great sturdy looking legs and the feet are lovely and tight like you hope to see on a really nice GSD." :)
 

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Well, the first thought that went through my mind when I looked at these pics was "she's really put together well, great sturdy looking legs and the feet are lovely and tight like you hope to see on a really nice GSD." :)
Thanks, Renee! :) At least it lets me know my feelings on her build aren't completely me tooting my own horn with my rose colored glasses on- which sounds like a strange practice. I recommend removing your glasses before tooting your horn. :p
My friend keeps insisting she's part or mostly Rottie. :rolleyes:
Man, am I gonna pissed if she stays more bicolor than blanket backed and her ears never go up! Well, no, I won't be actually angry :p lol, but after a while yes, probably annoyed- everyone thinks black with tan points = Rottie or Dobe.
 

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I don't see Rottie either- at all (though I agree that would be a really, really nice mix!). Her specific words were pretty much, "She has to be part Rottweiler. She's probably mostly Rottweiler. German Shepherds are tan and only have black on their back and face." Soooo, I'm not taking that TOO seriously. :p
 

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Man, am I gonna pissed if she stays more bicolor than blanket backed and her ears never go up! Well, no, I won't be actually angry :p lol, but after a while yes, probably annoyed- everyone thinks black with tan points = Rottie or Dobe.
Nah, look at this one, no one mistakes him for a Rott/Dobe :)


We call him bicolor but I think he's actually a blanket black-and-tan...more photos of him HERE.
 

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Ack, he's gorgeous! <3 I looked at pics of him for a long time, lol. :D I was more worried if Fable's ears didn't go up combined with the "bicolor" though- much less identifiable as a shepherd. They might, though. They were tight against her head when she came came home and they've been rising more and more. If I paid $1200+ for her from a breeder and her ears weren't going up I might glue them, but since she came from a shelter I of course wasn't expecting anything near perfection, so if they don't go up, oh well. She looks like she'll still be a pretty dog. :)
 

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