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" Symmetry and General Appearance. — The dog should impress the eye with strength and great activity. He should move freely on his legs with the body swung loosely between them, so that a slight roll in gait should not be objectionable, but at the same... "
A History and Description of the Modern Dogs of Great Britain and Ireland ... - Side 99
av Rawdon B. Lee - 1894 - 376 sider
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The American Book of the Dog: The Origin, Development, Special ...

George O. Shields - 1891 - 702 sider
...for judging Newfoundland dogs, as formulated by Stonehenge in " The Dogs of the British Islands: " Symmetry and general appearance. — The dog should...activity. He should move freely on his legs, with the body swinging loosely between them, so that a slight roll in gait should not be objectionable; but, at the...
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The Dog in Health and in Disease: Including His Origin, History, Varieties ...

Wesley Mills - 1895 - 408 sider
...Bernard. His feats in lifesaving have done much to make the canine race popular and respected (p. 328). on his legs, with the body swung loosely between them,...the same time a weak or hollow back, slackness of loins or cow-hocks, constitute grave faults. Head. — Broad and massive ; top of skull flat; occipital...
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