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Old 01-03-2014, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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They say if a puppies ears were up at one time, that they will go up. Both have been up before but they are still very soft and floppy.


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How old is your puppy?
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About to be 6 months. I'm really not too worried about it, that's just what I heard


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I have heard you have to feed your puppy raw cartilage - periosteal part of the bones, beef gullets and such, so to supply the body with the same material the ears are made of.
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