Koenig- 2 yr old KNPV style DS

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Koenig- 2 yr old KNPV style DS

Post by turnnburn52984 » Mon Apr 11, 2011 5:27 am

Here are Koenig's conformation pics. He's 2 (well, in 5 days!) Male, neutered. 27'' at the shoulder and 85lbs.



I realize you can't really see his front end build here, but it's the best I can find. :) I'll get a better one soon. He's very very wide, but his legs (suprizingly) are straight, and his feet are forward, not pointing in/out.

This one is just cause I haven't shared it here yet, and it's funny. :)

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Re: Koenig- 2 yr old KNPV style DS

Post by Christie M » Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:34 pm

I LOVE that last pic. :shock:

Most of our dogs are KNPV style - that just means mixed with a bunch of stuff. LOL. Some just show their outcrossings more than others. I guess it makes the term DSx more appropriate. I think most of us have mixes, just some more look the part. On http://www.bloedlijnen.nl they list the dogs as they are which I think is very respectable.

Hey Judith, is there an unwritten standard for when a brindle goes from a DSx to a DS based on generations out?
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Re: Koenig- 2 yr old KNPV style DS

Post by Kristie E » Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:08 pm

Gwen's grandfather is a Mal.. does that maker a lil bit of this and a lil bit of that?? I wouldn't trade her for the world though.
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Re: Koenig- 2 yr old KNPV style DS

Post by k9katet » Tue Apr 12, 2011 9:04 pm

I thought it was technically 3 generations of brindle. I think that was what the old DS registry said. I'm not sure what UKC goes by.
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