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post #11 of 39 (permalink) Old 06-19-2012, 10:11 AM
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My mistake was 2" off from the pocket size
My brother kept nothing bigger then 15"
He has a 7 month old @ 13"
His kennel buddy have a 12" @ year 1/2 old
Reason y I ask how high u the food bowl is that your boy is showing a slight sign of easty westy meaning the front paw is bending outward
Raise the food bowl will help

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They call that "easty-westy"?? lol
My dog had that but he was a short 20lb terrier... I hear it's genetic.

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Not really sure if it's genetic
But raising the food bowl off the ground will help
Idk if that the right term but I my brother calling them that
Bully people have some funky term like
Raindeer-correct straight leg dog
Limosine-really long back dog
Yeah easty westy

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raising the food bowl will do nothing, it's a genetic/growth issue that will most likely correct itself as the dog grows older.

He is too old to crop his ears now, you need to do it before 4 months because the cartilege will start to set in his ear.
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Ear Corp can be done up to 4 month
All the breeder I've hear say raising the food bowl help
When the pup is growing

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Ear Corp can be done up to 4 month
All the breeder I've hear say raising the food bowl help
When the pup is growing
The food bowl thing is an old wives tale.
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Will it better to believe in it
When a 5 rack pup (3 month) or any price started to show sign of easty westy

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Well, his paw is not always like that. Besides, as I said, he was just to the vet and they said that he is growing normally.

His brother has cropped ears and looks gorgeous because they didn't go too short with them. Very handsome boy, that one. He's a blue.

Fenris is a good dog. I like him just the way he is. He is cute and wonderfully smart. He is beginning to pick up on his leash manners. I am considering attempting a hiking trip one day soon when it is nice. Also might take him to the river for a swim.
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Will it better to believe in it
When a 5 rack pup (3 month) or any price started to show sign of easty westy
Why is it better to believe in something that isn't true? I it's pretty obvious that something the dog does for a very small fraction of its day would have no bearing on it's structural development.
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Your dog is not smash so he'll be ok for the hike
Most vet don't care about pit
I don't think easty westy is a disease

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