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Try again with her feet about 3 or inches back from where they are. They are supposed to be directly under the pin bones, which are right under the tail on each side.
They are so far forward there that she is resting on her dew claws.
 

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Try again with her feet about 3 or inches back from where they are. They are supposed to be directly under the pin bones, which are right under the tail on each side.
They are so far forward there that she is resting on her dew claws.
Thank you so much! I will try again with re-posing her next chance I get!
 

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I would love to see a new pic. The curly hair on her back hock & the dark marking on her back leg amplify the sickle look. I have a couple goats that run to "posty" legs, setting them up as your doeling is positioned will minimize the posty look. Straight positioning really helps, I have problems getting good pics because it usually takes 2 people. I would like to compliment you for getting a good side shot at her level.
 

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I would love to see a new pic. The curly hair on her back hock & the dark marking on her back leg amplify the sickle look. I have a couple goats that run to "posty" legs, setting them up as your doeling is positioned will minimize the posty look. Straight positioning really helps, I have problems getting good pics because it usually takes 2 people. I would like to compliment you for getting a good side shot at her level.
Thank you! We just got some major flooding so kids are locked up but I'll be going out to get new pictures next chance I get!

I had my sister helping but she isn't a big fan of the nibbling all the kids around her were doing. :heehee:
 

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Here are some updated pictures of her and her brother! They weren't super cooperative, but much better than last time! They are set on making sure that they have no brisket and a rough looking topline in pictures. :rolleyes:

Doeling: (Pictured at 41 days (6 weeks) old) :)

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Buckling: (Pictured at 41 days (6 weeks) old) :)
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