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03-05-2014 08:35 PM
Ygor2012
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Originally Posted by Saphire View Post
My vet drained it and left alone. It healed on its own with no further issues.
Good for your fur baby,I was told sometimes once will do So I am hoping.
03-05-2014 08:29 PM
Saphire My vet drained it and left alone. It healed on its own with no further issues.
03-05-2014 08:24 PM
Ygor2012
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Originally Posted by zyppi View Post
Ask your vet.

Had a cat that happened to and was due to infection.

He has been to the vet and going again tomorrow
thanks.
03-05-2014 08:22 PM
Ygor2012
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Originally Posted by Saphire View Post
My last GSD had one as well. It left some scar tissue but healed without any issues.
It's not uncommon and many times the ear won't stand up again but is healed and no longer painful.

Do you know what kind of procedure was done to correct it?

There are several ways depending on the canine and severity and such..
03-05-2014 05:59 PM
zyppi Ask your vet.

Had a cat that happened to and was due to infection.
03-05-2014 05:45 PM
Saphire My last GSD had one as well. It left some scar tissue but healed without any issues.
It's not uncommon and many times the ear won't stand up again but is healed and no longer painful.
03-05-2014 05:33 PM
Ygor2012 Turns out he has a aural hematoma,So had it drained now trying to figure out what the best route is. ****.
03-01-2014 05:12 PM
Ygor2012 Will check back after walk ..Thanks
03-01-2014 05:05 PM
Ygor2012
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Originally Posted by JakodaCD OA View Post
is he acting normal? If so, then I would think waiting until your vet is in, is ok.

Sounds like the cartilage has broken down and his ear has flopped. Other dogs? were they rough playing?
Hi and thanks,Donner does not play with other dogs,even our girl Freya a 2 year old.

So no rough play,He is acting fine,ready to go out and play in the snow now matter of fact..
03-01-2014 04:43 PM
JakodaCD OA is he acting normal? If so, then I would think waiting until your vet is in, is ok.

Sounds like the cartilage has broken down and his ear has flopped. Other dogs? were they rough playing?
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