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Is she or isn\'t she?

Sarah MorganSarah Morgan Posts: 16Member
Because curiosity is driving me a little crazy, I would love to figure out what my little dog is. How do I tell if her tail is "stumpy" vs docked? She's clearly ACD or ASCD and something. Thoughts? Note: this is the picture she came with... I need to get her current picture up. She's filled out a bit with love... but is still slender and only about 30 pounds.

Comments

  • Emily MajorsEmily Majors Carleton MiPosts: 27Member
    edited 13 January, 2009
    it looks like it could have been docked, my ACD also has hers done... I think they do it so they can sell the dog cheeper, ACD's with docked tails are not considered AKC..thats all, but in blood they are.. Quite dumb I think..very wrong! :(( But your's is very cute!!
  • MauritaSlausonMauritaSlauson Posts: 3Member
    Please show her picture
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