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Old 02-12-2014, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Three days ago, both of Liebchen's ears stood up for an entire afternoon. She looked beautiful and I was so relieved!

The next morning she came out of her crate with four baby teeth gone and both ears flopped down like a Labrador's. (

We were so close! I swear, this teething/ear thing is just designed to make you go nuts.
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I'm going crazy too! One week left ear up next week it's down and right ear up now both floppy. He's 19 weeks. How old is your pup?


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Old 02-12-2014, 07:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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After teething they should come back up. My pup has only lost top baby teeth. Nothing else is loose yet.
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My pup had both ears up the entire week prior, The left ear has been sort of up since we got him at 8 weeks. Now they are both down. My wife says he looks like a lab. Once in awhile we catch the right ear up which makes no sense...

I feel your pain.
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Frustrating but they will come up!



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She turned 15 weeks yesterday. I'm hoping so much I won't have to tape or glue. I did that with my other shepherd, and I remember it being a real ordeal!
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She turned 15 weeks yesterday. I'm hoping so much I won't have to tape or glue. I did that with my other shepherd, and I remember it being a real ordeal!

Doubt you will need to tape. I was also worried too. As long as they were up before they will come up after teething. 6 months old is when I will worry they may need a bit of help standing. I will use breathe rite strips and glue.


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