Originally Posted by lalachka
Also, why not stand them up like doberman's ears. I saw they stand them up and keep something between them to have them stay that way.
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It's not the same. Doberman don't have naturally standing ears, they are surgically cut and stitched into an erect position with foam and tape to keep them in place while they heal to get them to stand erect. It doesn't always work and should always be done by a professional with experience in cropping to have the best chances of success.
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