From the ISSR Breed Standard:
"10) PROPORTION: The Shiloh Shepherd should appear longer
than tall. The desired height for males, at the top the
highest point of the shoulder blade, can be no less than 28" with the ideal height of 30"
or more preferred. For females,
desired height can be no less than 26" with the ideal height of 28"
or more preferred. The minimum weight for dogs should not be less than 120 pounds
at maturity (three years), with the ideal being 140 to 160 pounds. Minimal weight for
bitches is 80 pounds at maturity and the ideal being 100 to 120 pounds. The length
measured from the point of the prosternum or breastbone to the rear edge of the pelvis,
the ischial tuberosity, with the most desirable proportion of 10 to 9. ANY MALE THAT
MEASURES LESS THAN 28" OR FEMALES LESS THAN 26" AT MATURITY (36 MONTHS OF AGE)
SHOULD BE DISQUALIFIED."