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10-01-2014 09:27 PM
Brandon_kelley Mine is 10 months old and one ear is still flappy. It sticks up for the most part but it is still not strong enough to stay still. Whenever he runs it flaps all in the wind lol. Is there still hope of that ear getting stronger to finally stick?
09-09-2014 10:38 AM
Ace GSD
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Hi Ace, how is your pup doing? I attached 2 pics of my girl look at that ear
Ace is doing good thanks for asking beautiful girl there. So does the other ear also erect sometime ? cause when teething mine take turns on the ears if 1 up the other 1 down.
09-09-2014 09:37 AM
Salino Hi Ace, how is your pup doing? I attached 2 pics of my girl look at that ear
09-09-2014 08:43 AM
Ace GSD
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Thanks BARBIEloveSAILOR I love her to bits and think she is adorable She finally has one ear up yay
Haha nice
09-09-2014 05:06 AM
Salino Thanks BARBIEloveSAILOR I love her to bits and think she is adorable She finally has one ear up yay
08-12-2014 01:46 PM
BARBIElovesSAILOR
Omg

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Thanks Ace I wonít give up yet . Have your puppies ears changed in these past few days?
Unfortunately nothing has changed her ears are still the same. I have started adding gelatine to her kibbles since 2 days. I also managed to find someone that imports the Orijen Large Breed Puppy so I am thrilled to get my first bag hopefully tomorrow so that I can transition her slowly off the Royal Canin German shepherd junior. I will most probably add some yogurt to her diet and some vitamin C. Regarding the yogurt I read one must add natural yogurt but am still researching what type exactly seeing there are all sorts of calcium levels depending on what yogurt one chooses. I am also not too sure if one must use the fat free, low fat, double cream etc. so will hopefully find some info out there regarding which yogurt is best to use.
Seeing she a week short of being 5 months old I am very tempted to let the breeder tape her ears but on the other hand I worry that the other puppy might injure her when they play.
Never imagined that ears could make me so concerned and keep me so occupiedÖ
I added some pics because she is so cute floppy ears and all
She is clearly defective and should be donated to the goodwill ASAP. Just kidding hahah! Omg your baby girl is so adorable, I was dying looking at her pics of the cuteness!,! Her ears look like they want to stand up? Regardless she is just a gem. She makes me think of my black gsd I had, but didn't get him until he was an adult. i always imagined what he looked like as a puppy, and now I have an idea. Thank you :-)
07-08-2014 06:39 AM
Salino I found out that my girl was teething due to her gums being a bit bloody and she was generally sensitive around her snout area. I also founding teeth everywhere lol. When you check in the mouth you will see the new teeth seem overly large compared to the baby teeth. We decided to have the previously mentioned canine pulled by the vet under anaesthetic seeing that **** tooth didnít budge one bit and the vet also said seeing it isnít loose he would prefer to pull it so that it canít mess with the new tooth. It was a quick thing and I feel better knowing it is out
07-04-2014 09:34 PM
onyx'girl
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dont mean to thread jack but my question is how do i know when my pup is teething
Teething usually begins with the puppy's coat change to the adult coat around 16 weeks of age, and lasts until about 7 or 8 months. Keeping an eye on the alignment is a good idea, and offering some cold or frozen fresh raw chew bones(knucklebones) is helpful during those painful times.
07-04-2014 09:15 PM
owens91 dont mean to thread jack but my question is how do i know when my pup is teething
06-27-2014 03:30 AM
Salino Thanks mydogs for your reply. I have been adding plain natural yogurt to her kibbles and I will hopefully be able to see the breeder today that will help me glue or tape my girls ears. I would have no idea where to get ear forms here
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