Diesel wasn't broken in pieces and half dead, either.
He'll probably be fine.
The Briarwood dogs are known for longevity so be happy for that...
No, she's not going to be shown.
I just want her little body all fixed up *now* so she has no problems later and lives the best possible life imaginable.
I'm 99% sure this isn't a conformation issue.
I believe it's an injury or symptom of all that she's been through.
I need to fix it to be satisfied that everything that can be done for her will be.
I'm determined to get her as 'back to normal' as possible.
To me, there is no qualitative distinction between a free BYB puppy and the grandest champion dog.
They *all* get treated like winners....
Originally Posted by ladyballplayer View Post
So Halla and my Diesel and siblings from different litters (same parents, same BYB) ao I always want to follow Halla's progress.
I can say "D", as we call Diesel, has shown none of these characteristics in his legs that Halla is displaying. If the change in diet does not resolve things soon, I would consider an orthopedic visit if at all possible.
Are you planning on showing er and tat is why you are concerned about conformation?