Haven't had too many photos of Jedders...he's an odd one. Real mellow, real quiet, night and day between him and Jack.
He was my hubby's puppy pick. I don't know if I will ever try to show him...well, we'll see how he does UKC. I adore him...it's a good thing he's doing well at OB/Rally...
I think he is beautiful! I love UKC and would definetly take him to a show. I'm no expert, but he looks good and he's only 10 mo?
He's not bad, needs a little more second thigh, has a little sloping croup and seems a little straight in the shoulders. Nice expression and head seems to be coming along. Would like to see more coat oh him too.
Dani, Rider & Rookie
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We'll see how he develops, but regardless, he stays. He was DH's emotional pick and when we did the eval, he didn't rate very well. So we weren't expecting much from him. We're going to CGC training tonight so that he can get his CGC in January...hopefully!
he is growing very nicely, and the structure is balance to his type.I would lke to see hm when he s 1.5 yrs old to compare and he seems to be growing into hmself, and would not want to see anymore there right now.
From the first angle he's showing a nice shoulder. I love his dark color and y'all know I'm not a chocolate person.
♣ Laura ♣
I don't know if the Darker chocolate actually will do better in the ring, but it's an eye catcher to say the least. The dog still has to be nice to win. But just from experience taking the 2 boys out, Jed gets ALOT more attention on color alone. Jed's sister Juniper is the same color, and at our last UKC show, she spent alot of time looking at her, and then asked, "she's chocolate, right?" because in the lighting, you might have thought she was black!
I love his colour! Wow!