Originally Posted by jesshan
She has lovely rear angulation, lovely reach of neck and a pretty good top line also. For me however she is a bit on the nose but normally they have fab bites - her head also going improve as she gets older. As a starter dog she is nice enough and at a later date should be able to breed from her.
I normally tell people to always be in show mode when the dogs are around your feet, tell them to stand and give them a titbit to eat when they do. It will eventually come together. As for her running around - just let her get on with it after all she is a puppy - I like nothing more when I am judging than having a naughty puppy. Just as long as she isn't doing back flips and not being able to assess the movements. LOL
I hope I haven't been too critical with you and not upset you in any way.
Thank you so much! No I love advice if it's good or bad I am new and want to learn I don't say I know it all because then how am I learning? This was a month back so she is naked now as we say for the long coats, I really hope it starts coming in soon. yes her muzzle is a little longer than what I was going for but after seeing her generations of family I know she can mature into it and actually I think it fits the standard it is pointed and portion to her head well at least now it looks that way it looked longer for a bit maybe I am use to to it now
But either way she still draws attention and have had the instructor of the handlers class want me to show her already I would rather wait for her coat to come in a bit or to be more ready.
She does everything wonderfully BUT the lead training so I went back to the basics, start with a regular harness leash and am walking her then when she understands I am in control switch to the lead, what do you think?
I think lead training has been the hardest so far I hate for her not to be able to walk on the lead and ruin her chances to shine because she really is a natural to everything else.
ANY help or hints on lead/Gait training would be so helpful