01-20-2013, 11:02 AM
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He's standing close in the picture, but I suspect he is really wider than that normally. As I've said before, this fellow has some very tall Gypsies, close up in his pedigree, so I can see him growing and changing for several years as he matures. Gypsies are as a breed, rather slow to mature, even when they are shorter, so I think this boy will grow up for several years, and then out for another couple of years. I know you have done incredibly good training with this fellow. Keep up the good work. He is darling.