I noticed that too, where she was starting to block me. I was walking faster at first, but she started to walk in front of me, so I slowed down. The clips are all mixed up. The ones where she was starting to walk in front of me are from when we first got there. Where she is in the right position is later. I think we just need to practice some more.I think you are great together!!
I personally would prefer him to be a little less in front of you. At 0,54 sec he is almost blocking you in your walk. Ideally he should be next to you, his head curved around your leg and up to you. Now his shoulder is in front of you and his shoulder should be next to your leg.
This might be because you are not walking fast enough. If you speed up(not running, but a fast walk) then his gate will stretch and become more regular and he will probably level out next to you.
He is in a bit of an angle, his back is turned away from you, he should be parallel to you.
I am not critisizing you, mind you!! Just a few tweaks.
You are already fantastic!
Looking at him, I wonder if there is some australian cattledog in him, somewhere. Especially in that first shot of him in the kitchen area and then when he come between your legs, his head really reminds me of cattledog. The way he poses himselve, how he walks, it just isn't quite shepherd. Funny, because when I look at your signaturepicture of him, I just see german Shepherd....
I posted the video so I could get some constructive criticism and tips. Thanks for the advice!
Finally, someone who also thinks she might be an Australian Cattle Dog mix!!!! I haven't had anyone else agree with me until now. I just tell everyone she is a German Shepherd, Australian Kelpie mix. I pretty much just chose a random breed I liked and wanted her to be mixed with. X)