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04-09-2014 10:41 AM
gnet158 I love that look! My first boy Toby's ears did that for about a few weeks if I remember correclty (he's 12 years old now). And our new boy Hans' ears just started doing that last night.
04-04-2014 02:48 PM
Serbrider Now I got this one, still shot from a video.

Her ears are constantly popping up like this throughout the day. I'm just waiting for when they finally go up and stay up.

04-02-2014 07:56 PM
Serbrider 13 weeks old tomorrow. Exactly 3 months today though.

And yeah, I'm thinking they'll go up.

ETA: no idea why she was giving me the partial whale eye... all I did was tell her to "stay" while I was getting the picture.
04-02-2014 07:51 PM
d4mmo Nice mix and cute pup. How old?
Looks like they will go up

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04-02-2014 07:25 PM
One keeps flopping up... :p

This has been really fun. She's a mixed breed, Dad was the full GSD and mom was GSDxAustralian Shepherd. So really, no idea if those ears will go up or not.

Well... it looks like they keep trying every single day. And today they keep flopping over on top of her head, and for about 5-10 seconds (until she moves or rubs them on something), we have lift-off on one ear or the other.

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