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Hi Guys

Well after being AWOL for a few weeks I thought I'd put up some pics of the rapidly growing T Dog. He is nearly 11 months old now, how time flies :smile:


Topknot needs some work, but both he and I have had enough for today




About a month ago after I cut him down into some thing resembling a lamb trim. His legs are longer now and look better.
 

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He looks great,he is gorgeous!!
Very masculine looking.
He almost look brown,but I guess that's the lighting.
BTW,I love his topknot.
 

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It is kinda the lighting sf but his coat does have a brown tinge to it at the moment especially his legs which are longer. His body which is only 1/2 inch is more dark grey than black these days but his legs just look dirty all the time! Can't wait for this clearing thing to happen :rofl:
 

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Casey is 14 months now and not growing tonnes but still some days I go wow he grew again. I think they are still filling and will probably get another inch or so from10 months to 2 years old. So I been told
 

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Hey B.F. Speaking of you being AWOL, it is so nice to have you back in action, have missed your posts. Love the new pictures of T, he looks just awesome.
 

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I've been wondering what happened to you Blue, Glad your back!!

T is looking awsome, what a handsome face he has:)
 

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Thanks guys for the comments and the welcome back - I missed you all. It has just been a tad hectic here as my OH is working away and the kennels have been busy. This working full time and trying to run your own business on the side is hard work at times.

He is such a character, naughty but sooky - how can you ever stay grumpy at that!
I am not sure how much he weighs now, haven't had to go to the vet lately **Touch wood* and I deliberately don't have a battery in my scales so I can't weigh myself :smile: I don't see any need to torture myself.

He is as tall as Locky now but definately not the weight of the GSD and never will be. He is quite fine, not sure if he is for a standard, but compared to Locky he is a lightweight.

At 11 months we've pretty much got the f,f & t clipping under control now and it only takes me about 1/2 hour without rushing to get that done so I am pleased with our progress. Certainly much easier in the lamb clip to keep him under control to, quicker to wash and dry, so not so much standing around for him which I think he appreciates.
 

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I've been wondering where you were, too, BlueFox. T is really starting to look mature. He's so handsome. You groom him beautifully.
 

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It is kinda the lighting sf but his coat does have a brown tinge to it at the moment especially his legs which are longer. His body which is only 1/2 inch is more dark grey than black these days but his legs just look dirty all the time! Can't wait for this clearing thing to happen :rofl:

I'm with you Blue. I just posted two pics of Billy at 8 1/2 months. He is clearing every so slowly and looks dirty more than anything a lot of the time. And he has the same brownish/red cast as T.

He looks wonderful and has that lovely masculine face like Billy's.
 

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I wish I knew passion :lol: He is my first poo and while I wanted a silver it wasn't to be, we love him of course anyway but I hope he fades to the charcoal gray blue. I got very excited a few months back when his muzzle started to grey quite noticably, thinking he was going to be quite light if this continued, and he also has large strips of grey/silver through his ears but in the last 3 months I don't think anything has changed.

I know it can be up to 3 years before they clear entirely so I might be being just a little impatient :rofl: as he isn't even a year yet!
 

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I wish I knew passion :lol: He is my first poo and while I wanted a silver it wasn't to be, we love him of course anyway but I hope he fades to the charcoal gray blue. I got very excited a few months back when his muzzle started to grey quite noticably, thinking he was going to be quite light if this continued, and he also has large strips of grey/silver through his ears but in the last 3 months I don't think anything has changed.

I know it can be up to 3 years before they clear entirely so I might be being just a little impatient :rofl: as he isn't even a year yet!
I hear ya BF! Zoey is a silver beige....lol total waiting game!
 
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