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Juno v Landgraf at 16 months~ semi stacked.



Juno somewhat stacked (: She's FINALLY filling out and gaining weight. Just a quick iPhone pic. I've been trying to teach her to stack at home. She hasn't practiced in about 2 weeks. How does it look? I know she needs to stretch forward more, her back legs could move back a little, and place everything better. Anything else?

I may want to do UKC with her. If not this is just something for fun to play at home (:

I don't want a huge critique on her, focus more on the stack itself.
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I think the stack looks pretty good. I would not stretch her any more than she is already.

Now just get that nubbin up and bait her head down to a more natural angle.


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She looks very much like her mother. Some good points, some not.

Obviously I like her!

Nubbin up and she would be ok. Are there handling classes you could go ot? I found that to be the most helpful.


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There are a ton of handling classes around here. I may actually be able to make one tomorrow if its still going on this week.

But! Thank you guys. Ill try to get more pictures soon

ETA, I have a hard time getting her nub up. Any tips?
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I had a hard time with Perrin's nub, too. I spent a lot of time just touching his nubbin, even wen I wasn't stacking him. Sitting on the couch and during feeding time were two good opportunities.


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always remember to stack the show side first............ do we know which side that is?

the rear foot towards us needs to be set a bit forward.

and yah, you could place the front feet..differently when you set them down, to hide the blah, blah, blah, Turn the leg in before you set the paw down.........

i would prefer to see that nose............baited so it is parallel to the ground, not pointing up.

was she comfortable holding that stack?

overall...nice stacking job goat girl.


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always remember to stack the show side first............ do we know which side that is?

the rear foot towards us needs to be set a bit forward.

and yah, you could place the front feet..differently when you set them down, to hide the blah, blah, blah, Turn the leg in before you set the paw down.........

i would prefer to see that nose............baited so it is parallel to the ground, not pointing up.

was she comfortable holding that stack?

overall...nice stacking job goat girl.

Thanks Dar I'll get a better picture today.
I know literally nothing about showing and I've never been to handling class before so this was all us.
She walked into this stack almost on her own. I have her tilt forward a bit and that's the extent of it. No real placin of the legs, hence the funky leg placement.

But! The feedback is much appreciated
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entering a show, ring procedure and stacking of a goat is very similar to entering, showing and stacking a frog or a dog.

heehee.

so you do know more than you think.



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That's really a pretty good stack. I like to work on getting my girls comfortable with me moving them so they view it as something fun we do together (encourages nub and ears up) and now they try to push each other out of the way for stacking. It's all about who has my attention. LOL

If she's willing to hold the stack, I'd work on moving a foot a little, treat her, run your hands over her, move another foot, treat her, run your hands over her, etc. I praise and speak softly to them throughout. I do lots of running my hands over them so they get used to me touching them anywhere while they get treats for standing still. If they do move, I don't correct them - I just gently put them back how I want them and treat/praise.

Tali used to paint her nub on her bum when I touched it, but with plenty of positive reinforcement she's fine with it now. I kind of tickle or scratch their nubs and say, "Nubs up!" or "Nubbins!" in a happy, playful voice. Now when I say it to Fiona, she'll wag her nub at me. Tali raises her nub but gives me that look like, "There. The nub is up." LOL

Good job though. She's a pretty girl!




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