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05-01-2014 05:49 PM
Harry and Lola I haven't heard of their ears breaking if you don't massage them - seems an odd thing for a Vet to say?

Ears come up and down and the rate in standing upright is different for all pups.

What I do believe is that chewing is good for helping their ears stand up, chewing things like raw marrow bones, nylabones etc
05-01-2014 04:16 PM
Diesel7602
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Originally Posted by petite View Post
He's so handsome! I really wish veterinarians would stop telling GSD owners old wives tales.
Thank you!! Here is a up date pic I love to share. Hopefully they don't go back down.

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04-26-2014 12:39 PM
Diesel7602
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Boy I'll say. Nice, what a handsome fellow. Are you sure you didn't rub them into position?
Nope just woke up one day after a nap and it was up :sly:

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04-26-2014 11:00 AM
petite He's so handsome! I really wish veterinarians would stop telling GSD owners old wives tales.
04-26-2014 02:17 AM
warpwr
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Looky looky, the vet was wrong
Boy I'll say. Nice, what a handsome fellow. Are you sure you didn't rub them into position?
04-25-2014 08:01 PM
Diesel7602 Looky looky, the vet was wrong

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04-21-2014 01:28 PM
Diesel7602
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Originally Posted by sehrgutcsg View Post
Vet; explained calcium goes to teeth before the ears. Both up here at 17 weeks theis coming Wednesday, two front upper teeth in, ear's tilt on occasion..

You can rub all you want, their's no magic Jeannie going to grant you three wishes...
Lol =D

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04-21-2014 01:27 PM
Diesel7602
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"What kind of dog is he?" Me: "Labrador" **funny looks ensue**
German shepherd=)

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04-21-2014 12:53 PM
my boy diesel it is muscles and cartilage that hold them up not calcium
so much misinformation out there even from vets
give chewie toys but dont worry they will come up
dont give extra calcium at all
04-21-2014 12:46 PM
Sp00ks
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Originally Posted by Diesel7602 View Post
I think these stages of ears are awesome. I wish people knew more about gsd. Every time I take him out, there is always someone asking "what happen to his ears?", or "poor guy he has messed up ears but he is still cute ", or they ask "how did he break them?"> it's like I have to explain every time that they are supposed to do that tell they are older. But they always look at me like "right" .

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"What kind of dog is he?" Me: "Labrador" **funny looks ensue**
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