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01-24-2014 09:57 AM
RubyTuesday Ask your breeder when to tape. S/he should know the lines, what to expect & when to do more, ie tape.

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i think that my puppy development is too slow, i dont know i have browsed gsd wich are 4 months old and all of them are bigger than mine
Slow growth is preferable. Your pup is genetically programmed for a certain size & will reach that size provided he gets adequate care & nutrition. Awesome dogs, including GSDs, come in a range of sizes, all of em equally loving, smart, devoted & deserving.
01-24-2014 06:59 AM
lindadrusilla ... Hit send by mistake cos i was grappling wirh dog!
01-24-2014 06:56 AM
lindadrusilla
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Who told you to supplement with calcium?? That's a no no whatever their bodies don't absorb it sits on their joints causing probs down the road
My vet did advise too. And Magick had them for awhile, in small dose. But didnt help.

The glue did, almost instantaneously..


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01-23-2014 12:28 PM
Lomond My puppy is the same age as OPs. His ears are now up, but go together in a point - looks really funny, but as the dog grows the ears sort themselves out. Your pup is lovely, he will most certainly get his ears up, they are just work in progress. My little boy weighs around 40 pounds.
01-23-2014 12:16 PM
mydogs Who told you to supplement with calcium?? That's a no no whatever their bodies don't absorb it sits on their joints causing probs down the road
01-23-2014 12:06 PM
sony92 thank you for answers guys , tommorow (24th) will be the last day on calcium from 10 days cycle , the puppy grew a lot in those 10 days and changed his coat a lot and ears also :P
01-23-2014 08:30 AM
Michele Maxcy I would leave them alone. Your puppy looks perfect to me. I have had three GS and all of their ears took time to stay up.
01-23-2014 06:24 AM
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01-22-2014 10:55 PM
DJEtzel I'd personally tape. Around that age with no sign of going up is when I taped my pup's ears. Only one ended up staying up, however.
01-22-2014 10:51 PM
B&Cgetapup His ears will be fine. And he looks happy and healthy. They all goes differently! Mine is a similar size and just shy of 5 months. Much smaller than his GSD buddy that is a month older, but just perfect!

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