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    8 month Old Hanoverian

    One or two of the guys on here had asked how the pup was getting on so I though I would stick up some photos. She will be 9 months old at the end of July and as can be seen from the one with the GWP for comparison she is getting to be a big dog as these were taken 4 weeks ago.

    Her training is coming along well although work and weather have prevented much over last 3 weeks, although encouraging her to stand off and bark at the cows in the fields will hopefully progress onto deer as well! My GWP must be the most laid back of dogs, so easy going and will tolerate all manner of crap from the pup as can be seen, she never gets a moments rest although I have never heard a single growl come from her since the day she was born, probably unusual for the breed. Funny how some dogs latch on to others as the HS almost ignores my lab and cocker...

    I will be out with the scent shoes next week hopefully.

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    Jammy thats one strong looking dog and a nice look about it well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Jammy thats one strong looking dog and a nice look about it well done.
    Thanks 6p

    She has grown a bit since your training day! I play and fight with her in the garden and I notice the weight now.

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    She's looking big!!
    Hope she doesn't put a dog to shame

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine View Post
    She's looking big!!
    Hope she doesn't put a dog to shame
    Its difficult to know what she should look like at this age with not having had one before. I like my dogs to look fit but not lean. This breed I think are naturally bulky looking but she gets plenty of exercise...

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    Wow did not think they were that BIG. You must have the a laid back GWP, Hope mine will be when we sort a pup out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamross65 View Post
    Its difficult to know what she should look like at this age with not having had one before. I like my dogs to look fit but not lean. This breed I think are naturally bulky looking but she gets plenty of exercise...
    I wouldn't be surprised if she stops growing up and bulks out sideways,ie gets broader around chest bud.
    None of your dogs are fat and neither is she.Just hoping mine will be bigger,mind you she was an only pup of litter so she will be bigger.
    Looking forward to finding out!She's looking cracking!!!!

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    No comment , just perfect .

    We had our test here yesterday , saw very good dogs on trails from 1800 m and betwine 16 and 18 hours old ;

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    Thanks Rudi

    I will give you a call at beginning of next week before I lay any tracks with the scent shoes.

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    Brian, she looks to be a cracker, got the look bold and inquisitive, I bet she is going to do well.

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