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Thread: Can Field Labs Stand, (stack or whatever)?; Photo Challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by polmaise View Post
    I think I've seen you post this shot before but I just *love* it- the colors, composition, everything. It's a beautiful shot!
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    The one above of Gunner is another beautiful photograph. ^^
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    Lb. in working condition...




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    Last edited by John Lash; 02-25-2014 at 05:28 PM.
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    I'll add another layer to this by bringing up the old British lab... when you import foreign dogs, AKC requests two photographs of the dog - front and side view - both STANDING, in order to complete registration. I've done this 8 or so times now, and it is always a ridiculous process getting these field bred dogs to stand up for a picture. For the last one, just two weeks ago, I held him up while my wife took the picture. It was either that or send in a picture that looked like he was being abused.

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    Weren't too hard.
    A simple "stay".
    26.3" to the flat area behind his shoulder hump and 87 pounds.

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    I dunno, looks like you had to use some props too...
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    John Lash ... that is one FINE looking dog!!!!!

    It looks like a lot of these photos are dogs standing ... not dogs that have been TRAINED TO stand.... just an observation
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    LOL!
    Didn't even see his duckie laying there....
    Darn child, I keep telling him to stop leaving his toys laying around, or Ill throw them out.
    He's just an irresponsible 21 year old!

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    this is 4 time National Finalist (2 National Open, 2 National Amateur) .RHOF inductee

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    Ok "stacking," once you know the jargon there's a whole new internet dog training world!

    How long does it take to train this:

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