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    DefaultPLUTO AT 4 MONTHS!!




    i think he's comming along well!! what do u guys think??

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    DefaultRe: PLUTO AT 4 MONTHS!!

    He's very hansome!!!

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    He is looking very nice. You are not supposed to be looking at them until they are grown up once they sprout legs but he looks good. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisinme
    He is looking very nice.* You are not supposed to be looking at them until they are grown up once they sprout legs but he looks good.* lol
    LOL!! ;D

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    I think he looks very nice.


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    DefaultRe: PLUTO AT 4 MONTHS!!

    Coming along, can tell he is at that stage where he is a little leggy but looks promising. When you bait him, lower you hand a bit and put it down around your upper thigh area and then move it back beside you leg about five or so inches. That way, he will stretch his neck out a bit more and he won't look like he is rearing back over his shoulders.
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    DefaultRe: PLUTO AT 4 MONTHS!!

    He looks great, solid.

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    DefaultRe: PLUTO AT 4 MONTHS!!

    tell he is at that stage where he is a little leggy but looks promising. When you bait him, lower you hand a bit and put it down around your upper thigh area and then move it back beside you leg about five or so inches. That way, he will stretch his neck out a bit more and he won't look like he is rearing back over his shoulders.
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    that is what i usually do however in these pics i was shooting with the cam and a friend was holding the lead.

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