I am late replying to this.. but I have to tell you, this boy is lovely.
His ears actually are not set back to far. They are large [so what] but nicely hooded and when he chooses to put them up when alert, they are quite high with tons of wrinkle.
He's been DNAd and he is a red/white… though his color is like that of my full AF that I had in Cali last year, what I called a 'blonde' though it is a tad darker along his spine, so I have a feeling the shade may chage throughout the year, as did my boys coat!
The pictures we took could have been tons better if he were table trained, but he is not, so he wasn't into having his rear pulled out much... then he would pull back [though hard to tell from the photos].
Our standard calls for a strong pastern, which Amisi's are… they are not too straight.
If I were to fault him, I would say that his rear moves too wide.
I'd like smaller ears. I'd like a little more angles front and rear... though he is more than adequate with what he has, AND they are well-proportioned.
I personally do not mind his coat color, but that is because his coat is lovely, despite the lighter color.
Normally, when I see coats of this color, they are coarse with lots of guard hairs, and just plaind bad coats.
Amisi's coat is nothing like that kind of coat!
His sidegait, as you can see, is stunning.....
And such great pictures [those are my pictures that Pat posted] show him off as the lovely boy that he is.