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Old 03-14-2011, 03:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Chloe and her Clown Ears

This is my baby girl Chloe.

The breeder told us she had "Clown Ears" and that she may or may not ever grow out of them.

We love her reguardless but we can always hope they pop up sometime soon!






10 weeks old:


11 weeks old:


13 weeks old:


18 weeks old:

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Old 03-14-2011, 03:47 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Given she's 18 weeks old, she's still got time.

Would you consider taping? I think her ears look cute like that, but I know a lot of people like GSDs with erect ears, given that it gives them the 'noble' look that's trademark of the GSD.

I love her.
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Never heard them called clown ears before but I have a 16 month old girl with the same! Your pup is beautiful regardless
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Prettiest clown around ♥ haha
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I guess you're giving her plenty to chew? My vet told me to make kissy noises to get mine to pick up his ears. Of course they went back down during teething but popped back up. My husband loves the soft ear look and was kind of hoping they wouldn't. Chloe is adorable, what a sweet face
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Chloe is just beautiful!
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I just noticed that she has some BIG feet. LOL
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I know some people love the floppy ears, however depending on what you are using the dog for, show or for titles flop ears in a GSD are an, fault and, can keep them from reaching that goal up to 6 months ears can be glued. There are multiple sights showing how to do this and it works, no cropping or anything just glue which comes out on its own. Not trying to offend just not knowing if you wanted help with the ears that is one way to take care of it. Good looking dog either way, just trying to help
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:20 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Chloe @ 5.5 months.

Shes just lost the last of her puppy teeth this week. Still no sign of her ears wanting to stand.

We've bought breathright strips and now looking into a suitable glues thats available on the Australian market. Will maybe drop into the vet and ask what skin glues they can provide.

If ears are not up in the next couple weeks shes going to get her ears glues for her 6 month B'day!
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Old 04-21-2011, 11:24 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Oh she is so sweet!!! I love the way they look. But i also can't blame you for wanting those big babies to stand up!!!
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