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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 12:01 PM Thread Starter
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Too late to fix pockets?

A new couple moved in down the street from me a few weeks ago with a Doberman. He is around Lily's age and we've been letting them play together two or three times a week (I nearly squealed out loud in joy when i saw him jogging around the front yard while they moved in! lol). He is cropped but there are definitely pockets in both ears making them almost touch in the middle when he's excited. I was thinking about mentioning it to the lady and offering to help post with bumpers if she wanted, but with him being almost 2 years old would it be futile?

From a quick search on this forum I kept seeing "up to 18 months" as how long to post (Lily has a medium/short crop with a lot of bell so it was only a few months for me) and I believe he is closer to 2years than that...
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im not sure but if it was my pup id still try it out for a week or so and see if theres any difference
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