Unfortunately, he separated a toe joint in his front paw at 3 months of age and never made it to the show ring. (From now on, I cut the edge off the tray in wire crates to prevent this from happening again). When Forest had his hip X-rays done, the vet was curious to see how the golf-ball sized arthritis would look on film. The vet could not fit the whole dog on the table to X-ray the paw, so Forest just stood on the ground and laid the paw on the table. Most of the time, his paw does not bother him, but now we are both too lazy to enter the show ring. He's just a giant sweetie. He's my Black Forest Cake.........or just "cake" for short.
And that's all I have to say about that.
Sire: Am. Ch. Mystery Mountain's Shaq Attack
Dam: Ch. Resolute My Corona
Breeder / Owner: Shannon M Low
Forest is a huge, tightly bred dog with great size behind him. He is long in the body and has huge bone, tight cat feet, and a soft temperament. His eyes are a beautiful dark black and of excellent structure. His hips and elbows are spectacular (I keep the X-rays). He has a wide skull with a lovely crown and good stop, and a perfect scissors bite.