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Old 01-07-2013, 06:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Ear crop help!!!

Hi everyone I'm new to this site but I need some help my puppy diamond is 13 weeks and she had her ears cropped on Jan 2nd well today I noticed that one of her ears look healed and normal and the other ear looks open I'm not sure if it could be an ear infection or if she pulled a stitch I can see flesh and it looks wet this is the 1st time I have a pit ears cropped I called the vet and I will be dropping her off at his office tomorrow morning can someone tell me what it looks like based on the pic I've uploaded
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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looks like a stitch came out. Do you change the bandages at all? and let her ear breathe ? We never kept bandages on past the 24-48 hours depending on what the vet said.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Thanks for your response, no the vet told me to just take the sock she had on them off and to leave the bandages on and so that's what I did but I will be taking her to the vet tomorrow I guess he's gonna have to re stitch her
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That can happen as it heals up and is perfectly fine. They will look ugly for awhile especially at the base. What happens is the skin that has a stitch gets soft and out pops a stitch. Not a problem unless it gets infected. And I agree with AB I like to let mine air out every few days for a few hours then tape them back up.
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Ill talk to the vet tomorrow and see if we can take the bandages off also should I still be applying the surgical powder to the wound as the stitch came out and I don't want to cause an infection??
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no powder! if you want you can put some antibiotic ointment but you really want it to dry out and crust up a bit so it will heal.
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Ok thank you so much for Ur help
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Sure and if you need help with how to tape when the stitches come out let us know.
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:37 PM   #9 (permalink)
 
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We took the bandages off and the vet cleaned her ear no need to re stitch we will go back on Monday to get the stitches removed now my question is will I need to tape her ears even though there standing on their own already
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probably not from the looks of the pics. But just watch them , if the tips lean inwards at all then maybe would not be a bad idea but to me they look to be standing nice.
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IMO I would start taping both ears as soon as the stitches come out. The ear that's leaning might get worse and I would rather tape the ears for a few weeks than have to battle with it for months! I just posted how to tape them and how to build supports in another thread. Again I would start now to save yourself trouble later. The longer you wait the longer the battle can be.
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