Anyone have a pup with easty/westy feet, and did your pup grow out of it or is there something I can give them like calcium or up there protein?
I have never heard letting a dog run alot will correct toeing in or out. I personally dont believe it will do anything to help the structure of the dog...other then burn off excess weight. Usually its just something that is in the pedigree. If you bought from a person that just had a litter or etc, they usually dont realize how to correct different faults with breeding. My boy Eli is a perfect example of that. The lady I bought him from just had a male and female and decided to have a litter. Eli, the result from her breeding, is slightly toed out in the front, has a low tail set and doesnt have good reach or drive. But all some people see is that they love there dogs and just want a litter of puppies....or worse money. That is how I got my first Poodle for cheap. Even though he's not a perfect example of the breed standard, I still love him dearly.Nope, not show prospects. One is a toy, one is a mini. The toy (Tsuki) seem to be starting at like.. her ankle? but the mini (Lincoln) seem to just his feet turning a little bit outwards.
Someone has suggested to let them run as much as possible and that will correct it?