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Princesspaola21 11-09-2012 02:09 PM

I looked at his ears today better and I don't know. I think they are just a mess.Attachment 13232Attachment 13233Attachment 13234. In the last pic you can kinda see how they hug his head funny please excuse the chewed up wood lol our English beaver bulldog chewed wood all over the place and we were waiting to fix it until we replaced our carpet.


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geisthexe 11-09-2012 04:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Princesspaola21 (Post 546396)
I looked at his ears today better and I don't know. I think they are just a mess.Attachment 13232Attachment 13233Attachment 13234. In the last pic you can kinda see how they hug his head funny please excuse the chewed up wood lol our English beaver bulldog chewed wood all over the place and we were waiting to fix it until we replaced our carpet.


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The mole skin will fix those .. No problem like I said may take a couple months but it will do it


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Princesspaola21 11-09-2012 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by geisthexe (Post 546425)
The mole skin will fix those .. No problem like I said may take a couple months but it will do it


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It doesn't hurt to try. I just noticed he doesn't have much ear there. The sides have been cropped completely off so I was wondering about it. I feel bad for him lol they look so sad.


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KootenayCanines 12-02-2014 12:15 AM

@geisthexe - I'm curious about your brindle pup's ear.. We have a 14 week old APBT that is healing beautifully from his short-ish crop (short 'pet-crop' with full bell). But, the tiny bit on the top side (the edge of the ear that does't get cut) rolls back, just like your brindle pup. The rest of the ear is perfectly straight and holding nicely, but I'm wondering if that roll should be fussed over?? There's no cartilage, so I'd be amazed if it was trainable, but wondering if it will count against him in any breed shows.


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