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Apologies if there is already a similar thread, I did a search and couldn't find one.Today I decided to try to stack my mongrel, Luna, like a German shepherd just to see what she would look like. "Try" is the keyword, as she wasn't too happy about it and refused to stack properly and, well, I had no idea what I was doing! The final pose is not that convincing (okay, it's a complete fail) but maybe you guys will obtain better results! :p



 

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I will take one fluffy, black/white piebald, miniature German Shepherd please ;)

We can play, too, even if it's cheating...









We keep facing the wrong side LOL
 

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Whoops, I didn't even know there was a correct side! Also, you have an unfair advantage! :D Did Trent stack naturally for these photos or did you have to position him?
 

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This is my attempt at stacking Kabota:



I have no idea why, but it made him completely miserable. He's actually frowning!
 

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Whoops, I didn't even know there was a correct side! Also, you have an unfair advantage! :D Did Trent stack naturally for these photos or did you have to position him?
In the pictures I posted, I had to hand stack him, but he stacks naturally all the time :) I just never have the camera ready when he does LOL
 

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In the pictures I posted, I had to hand stack him, but he stacks naturally all the time :) I just never have the camera ready when he does LOL
Equinox, when you have a dog as beautiful and noble as Trent, how dare you not have a camera at the ready 24/7?
 

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Equinox, when you have a dog as beautiful and noble as Trent, how dare you not have a camera at the ready 24/7?
Ahaha, thank you <3 It's really just one of the only cons to having a DSLR. It's a huge camera to be carrying around all the time :p
 

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We tried...( Vader American Bully ) I think if I had got the angle better it would have been more stacked looking. but he gets to excited when I try to get near and move his legs or take a picture at all. This was a accomplishment just getting him to stand still long enough to take his picture. He was watching someone walk around so he paused. woohoo.

 

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I don't know what happened, but I sat on the floor and called Sydney and she acted like she was in trouble or something. She wouldn't hold her legs still and kept sitting down and my husband refused to help. Lol I'll try again later!
 

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It's somewhat comforting to know that I'm not the only once who fails at stacking her dog! Maybe it's a skill only GSDs can develop...
 

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Lol! Mine stacks her own self like a Schnauzer all the time. :) She would look pretty silly stacked like a GSD. Lol!


0708131255b by Leah Lu, on Flickr
 

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It's somewhat comforting to know that I'm not the only once who fails at stacking her dog! Maybe it's a skill only GSDs can develop...
While GSDs are a breed that stand naturally in a three point stack, it can be crazy awkward trying to teach them if it's your first time trying. You should have all been there for my first attempts... the pictures that I posted? They're results of 3-4 years of practice LOL

Wow your dog is beautiful! Gsds are my favorite breed!
Thank you!! If you own GSDs, too, you should post pictures of yours! They're my favorite breed, too :)
 

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Cool!!!

I do have some of pic of Roman I think...

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Does those count???;)
Lol!
Fun anyways.
 
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