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7 Month German Left ear still floppy.

My german shepherd who is 7 months going on 8 has still hasnt developed both ears standing straight at all times. Her right ear is fine its just her left one that flops. Although, it does stand every so often its still floppy for the majority of the time. Will her left ear eventually stand on its own or should i tape or find and alternative.
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have you been adding calcium to the diet.

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I have not. Just been feeding her, her regular food and water.
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I would be concerned with her fore limbs . That right leg worries me .
That is why I was asking about calcium supplementation.

That knuckling over says HOD . to me .

ears having difficulty may be because of need for more Vitamin C .

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I would be concerned with her fore limbs . That right leg worries me .
That is why I was asking about calcium supplementation.
what do you see in the picture?
are you referring to the last pic where the dog is sitting in the car?


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--yes -- but the others caught my eye --

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