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HOW STRUCTURE AFFECTS MOVEMENT

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Now let’s look at the stacked Boxer and the differences in structure
….. and how they affect movement



The Correct Boxer

  • Note the straight front legs
  • Note also the fill between his legs
  • Toes pointing straight ahead

  • This dog is very well balanced and should reach out well in front and have powerful rear drive.
  • Note the angulation front and rear…. All angles are 90-110 degrees
  • He is not extreme in any way…. Just a well balanced working dog!

  • Note the hocks standing straight - not turning in or out


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