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Old 01-09-2014, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Yogurt, does it help ears?

If so, how much daily?


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Does it help the ears do what?
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I've seen people say it helps ears stand up when they're young


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Does it help the ears do what?
Stand.

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Get some neck or knuckle bones for him to chew on. How old is he?
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My pup is 14 weeks ears still not up. I give yogurt and chew toys as well as deer antlers. My vet said non flavored gelatin as well. As for yogurt I give him 2 tsp a day.
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10 weeks, just wanting to be doing everything right for her,


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My pup is 14 weeks ears still not up. I give yogurt and chew toys as well as deer antlers. My vet said non flavored gelatin as well. As for yogurt I give him 2 tsp a day.
How much gelatin do you give?


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My vet thank god I'm changing does not remember telling me gelatin lol. I will have to call my new vet. But I know they told me with my Dane as a puppy to use gelatin.
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My pup is 15 weeks old, her ears have been up for the last 5-6 weeks but all of a sudden yesterday one was floppy. This morning when we got up, both ears are floppy. Is this normal?

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