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post #41 of 48 (permalink) Old 10-26-2011, 08:53 AM
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If it takes you to the home page, type ear forms in the search engine. You will need surgical glue such as Perm A Type. Same for glue remover, use surgical glue remover only, ie Dermisol.

Ten months is late but I've read a few threads on here that ears have come up that late. Good luck.
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post #42 of 48 (permalink) Old 07-12-2012, 07:21 PM
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I don't mean to be odd one out here, but what do you use ear glue for?
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I don't mean to be odd one out here, but what do you use ear glue for?
to use for ear forms or moleskin. Its a technique if you have an ear (s) that needs a little help to stand.

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how to remove the tear mend glue

So I've glued Tank's ears up for the last week and a half. A total of 3 times. Now there's so much glue on them I don't think they'll hold anymore. They came down this morning. Any ideas of how I can remove the old glue from his ears so I can reglue?

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Usually glue removes glue. Put a bit of glue right on the ear and you can rub with your finger or a slightly damp paper towel to remove the glue. Be careful of the hair and that you don't potentially sensitive skin too roughly.
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To remove glue use baby oil with eye makeup removal pads , it make the glue much easier to loosen and doesn't hurt the pup. hope this helps
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Anyone have any detailed pics of methods they used or where to find some? Trying to go the strips/eye lash glue since it is the easiest to get.
I used TEAR MENDER GLUE NON TOXIC I got it from joannes craft store...and u put it on along the edge of his ears and go up...and pinch them together. So he looks like a cone head...and after a week they shoulf be up and glue seperates on its own.. my dogs were glued for 3 days and seperated and they were up for good heres dome pics





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A good way with out glue on ears
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