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  • The shoulders are long and sloping, close-lying, and not excessively covered with muscle (loaded).

  • The upper arm is long, approaching a right angle to the shoulder blade.

  • The elbows should not press too closely to the chest wall nor stand off visibly from it.

  • The forelegs are long, straight, and firmly muscled, and, when viewed from the front, stand parallel to each other.

  • The pastern is strong and distinct, slightly slanting, but standing almost perpendicular to the ground. The *dewclaws may be removed.

  • Feet should be compact, turning neither in nor out, with well-arched toes.

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