Front and Rear Skeletal Structure

Shoulder Blade (Scapula)
Upper Arm (Humerus)
Rear Upper Thigh (Femur)
Lower Leg (Fibula/Tibia)
The length of each of these parts is virtually the same.

Slight slope of croup
A line dropped perpendicularly from the rear of the thigh should drop just inf fromt of the foot.

A line dropped perpendicularly halfway through the shoulder blade should drop directly through the elbow and to the back of the heel of the foot on the ground.

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