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Old 01-26-2014, 06:51 PM
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Hey all,
I've decided to breed my Molly, but before her puppies can get pedigree certificates, she needs to win 1st prize in her class (12-18 months old). Of course, I think she's beautiful, but how do you think she'll do show-wise? Of course it's hard to tell as she's only 6 months now, but I'd love to hear what you think of her so far., as I'm considering showing her a bit before the 12-18 months show

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Really you need to post some stacked photos to get some feedback, but even then you don't get the full picture, does she have a correct scissor bite? What is her movement like?
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Really you need to post some stacked photos to get some feedback, but even then you don't get the full picture, does she have a correct scissor bite? What is her movement like?
Her teeth aren't all there yet, but yes, the vet says her scissor bite looks perfect, and as for her movements, she's still a puppy, but I'm teaching her to trot and she's doing great - she's graceful for a puppy. She hasn't learned how to stack yet (we're getting there!), so these pics are all I have, unfortunately. I was hoping it could give somewhat of an idea about her general appearance.
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she looks a bit like my girl. everyone always comments on her beautiful poise and grace when walking.
I haven't showed her properly though, just at fun charity shows and she did okay. the big fluffy dogs that commanded attention always did better than her!
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Her teeth aren't all there yet, but yes, the vet says her scissor bite looks perfect, and as for her movements, she's still a puppy, but I'm teaching her to trot and she's doing great - she's graceful for a puppy. She hasn't learned how to stack yet (we're getting there!), so these pics are all I have, unfortunately. I was hoping it could give somewhat of an idea about her general appearance.
I meant more does she move soundly, does she hold her shape when moving is her topline level ...from these pictures all i could really comment on was her head
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I agree with Chloe. Stacking photos gives a better view, and a small video of her walking, free standing and even better view.

Remeber also to look at the the dogs behind her, as well as behind the male you choose. Knowing the lines (type, health, temp, movements ect.) is vital when breeding.
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