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The Old English Sheepdog has pacing or ambling in their standard as they should have a rolling gait. No need to worry. It might be because he has put on some weight and finds it easier to walk like this.
My horse always did it when she was tired!!
You live in lovely countryside on your videos.

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Thanks for replying. Yes we are lucky to have woodland and fields opposite our house so he gets spoilt with lovely walks and lots of freedom to run about (when he isn't plodding and shaking his bum that is!)
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