Not Fit for Competition

FlyingTrot–11-9-11

A dog who is balanced in the trot will have two identical triangles under it’s legs. The rear foot should land in the spot where the front paw leaves. A dog who keeps its head low is often compensating for issues in the rear as lowering the head puts more of the dog’s weight in the front.

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