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Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Hilts12345, Jul 24, 2018.
Can't see rest of dog but that's a very Pom face
We saw him only briefly on the beach
I take it you've fallen in love and are looking for one?
We just want to find out the exact type first. Some of them look quite different.
I think it's a pomeranian
God only knows - & She's not telling.
We see nothing that gives us -ScaLe- on the dog - something to COMPARE the dog to, visually, to give the viewer some idea of how big? / how small?
The dog's FACE is straight-on to the camera, & is also much closer than the dog's body; that messes up the visual proportions of the dog's face.
THE WHOLE DOG should be in the same plane, vis-a-vis the camera & its focal area.
We should be seeing the entire dog, side-on, from tip of nose to tip of tail.
Ideally, the camera is held approx level with the center of the dog's chest - so that U look directly across at the dog's level, neither down onto the dog, nor up from below, but LEVEL with the dog.
We don't even know if the dog is a pre-pubertal pup, a teenager, an adult, or a senior. And yes - it matters.
Did the dog weigh 10#, or 50#? // Were the dog's ears calf-high, knee-high, or thigh-high on U, & how tall are YOU?
We have no idea.
This dog is a double coated strawberry blonde with countershading; the belly is buff.
Prick ears. // Whoopee! - that narrows it right down, LOL.
looks like it could be Pomeranian/Chihuahua cross
I would say german spitz too ...
Poms weigh *under* 10#.
Chis weigh less than FIVE pounds.
Is that an under 10# dog, OP?
no ides what it might weigh, it appears to be all fluff lol
Hence my Q for the OP, @Barnyboy