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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
a 'normal' conformation picture would be with her directly infront of you, with your camera level to her height to take the picture (it can be hard with minis) and her legs squared up, which means the back two are even and the front two are even. Then from the back with her standing square still with her tail moved out of the way, and lastly her chest, standing square, from toe to atleast mid neck.
I'd definitely look into corrective trimming, I think she could benifit from it. She's a cutie but definitely has her faults. (Don't worry, mine does too and she's plenty useful even with them!) Corrective trimming might help keep the stress minimal on her tendons as she grows and as an adult.
Unfortunately you wont be able to 'cure' that much of a fault at least with her being knock kneed, but I'm sure you can at least make her more comfortable if nothing else!
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