|10-15-2013 12:31 PM|
|Abbey'sMom||I agree, im no expert, but your dog doesnt look PB to me. Ears will probably remain that way. My Abbey's ears never went up...she will be 19 months on Wednesday. I did it all to get them to go up and they never did...and i got her from a breeder, Mom was a Show Dog Black and Tan, Dad is a Beautiful wolf like all black GSD, i had posted pics awhile back. I did not deal with it very well early on...but i love her so much, returning her wasnt even an option. Went back and forth with the breeder who really wasnt any help, according to her she said it never happened...well there is a first time for everything....I read all the feelings on this forum people have about the ears, and one comment stayed with me to this day. If you have time, read through the forum, the aggression issues, health issues, behavior issues, training problems etc....i would take my sweet soft eared GSD any day over having a dog with those other problems...just accept your dog for who he is....he is adorable.|
|10-13-2013 03:43 AM|
Calcium doesn't help with ears and giving your puppy milk is not a good idea.
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|10-12-2013 10:28 PM|
|Sunflowers||It is hard to tell from your avatar pics, but your dog does not look purebred to me. Those ears will not stand, I'm sorry to say.|
|10-12-2013 10:25 PM|
6 Month Old
Okay, I'm sorry for another thread about my dog's ears. Now he is 6 month's old and they aren't up. The neighbor taped them up, but after a week they HAD to come off because our puppy was tearing up the house as revenge. I truly don't know what to do now. He still gets 1-3 bowls of milk a day, he has at least 2 rawhides to chew, I play tug of war daily, and I got these puppy vitamins with 39mg of calcium per pill, and he gets 2 pills daily because of his weight. Any suggestions of getting them up without turning him insane? Or better yet, when are they suppost to stand?