deep-chested


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thick in the chest

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That's not to say an English Lab couldn't have a bloat or that every deep-chested Lab will.
Bloat is commonly seen in large deep-chested dogs such as the Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherds, Standard Poodles, Saint Bernards, Great Danes, Irish Setters and Gordon Setters.
As we left the shop, the gaze from the lovely turquoise of my wife's eyes settled on a tall, dark man of Herculean perfection, narrow of hip, deep-chested and broad-shouldered, in red beach shorts, who stepped lightly over the cobbled street to the lake, grey-flecked hair discreetly curling through his casually opened white shirt.
Hence, the issue is more common in the deep-chested breeds, especially German shepherds, great Danes and Briards.
By mounting the grille high up on the front section of the body ahead of an almost-flat bonnet and above a deep-chested front bumper, VW has made it work, seamlessly melding the VW face with a generic pick-up body.
Firouz also worked to prove that the Turkoman horse, a long-necked, deep-chested animal with a glistening coat, was an influence on the emergence of the thoroughbred.
But like a sleeping dragon, it awakened with fury in late January, inflicting aches and pains and deep-chested coughs and sending a slew of weary parents to crowded emergency rooms and doctor's offices.
If you have a deep-chested dog and want to avoid bloat, don't exercise for a couple of hours either side of a big meal.
The deep-chested deer was broadside on a little bench, his eyes glued to a rival buck.
Rogers switches to a brighter alto saxophone alternative, and Lewis also gets plenty of chance to sing in his deep-chested drawl.
My pin was on him solidly when the first notes of his deep-chested bugle began, and the string slipped from my fingers.
A WE don't know why dogs get the problem but it almost always occurs in large, deep-chested breeds such as boxers and Great Danes.
Vauxhall announced the deep-chested Carlton in March 1989.
I love the way he's working now," says the trainer, who strongly favours the handicap route and receives music to his ears when the deep-chested gelding's visit to the scales reveals he is back down to his fighting weight of 505 kilos, having been well over 600 when he first resumed training.