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Anybody want to help clean out a bin this afternoon ? Knowing how to operate a scoop shovel and broom is a must !
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Denny - Now I'm not kidding you here ! But my Mentor told me they are done ------ Well - When they're done True story !
Over the years I've posted a lot of dogs who were supposed to have standing ears after they were cropped (and one German Shepherd whose normally upright ears weren't exactly upright) and in the course of doing that if there was any one question that was asked practically every time it was yours.

"How do you tell when they're done?"

And basically, because there are so many variables that come into play when posting cropped ears (like who cropped them, style, length, cartilage and persistence of posting--the answer has remained the same--"When they're done..."

Considering that I've had everything from the puppy with an extremely long show crop whose ears stood perfectly and permanently after two posting (which meant his ear posting was finished at 3.5 months. To the dog who had one standing ear at 4 months and one that took another 18 months before it stood permanently I don't even try to guess any more.

If I'm posting ears for someone we go from posting to posting and when I think they are done the owner goes home with instructions about taking the ears down first thing in the morning and seeing if they wilt at all through the day--and if they survive the first night down--rinse and repeat--at any sign of floppiness they get reposted. Until they don't need to be reposted.

If the owner is doing the posting they send me pictures or bring the puppy around to see me on a day that they are going to take the ears down and repost--I look at the ears out of posts and either say, "Needs more posting." or "He's done!"

There just isn't a good formula for how long it takes. If you think of one let me know.

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Finding a reputable breeder and a vet that will do ears is hard to find around here.

Unless you all could give me some leads.

I am going to have to vacate my own thread to get away from the puppy fever!

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Sunflower seed bin, possibly?

No, definitely not, nada, nein, nyet, non, nee, zilch!!


https://www.lipstickalley.com/thread...nload.3605549/


Hey, but I know a certain unnamed person, who is currently "under utilized" (PC for unemployed), that might be able to help.

This person would be available after finishing up washing dishes.
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Sunflower seed bin, possibly?

No, definitely not, nada, nein, nyet, non, nee, zilch!!


https://www.lipstickalley.com/thread...nload.3605549/


Hey, but I know a certain unnamed person, who is currently "under utilized" (PC for unemployed), that might be able to help.

This person would be available after finishing up washing dishes.
Farm help IS so hard to find
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Finally got the sweep auger going --- after lunch - took that load of beans in , came back and mowed everything around the bins - barn lot and the lane - came home to be greeted by My little She Shark !

This work stuff is WAY over rated !
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Over the years I've posted a lot of dogs who were supposed to have standing ears after they were cropped (and one German Shepherd whose normally upright ears weren't exactly upright) and in the course of doing that if there was any one question that was asked practically every time it was yours.

"How do you tell when they're done?"

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Considering that I've had everything from the puppy with an extremely long show crop whose ears stood perfectly and permanently after two posting (which meant his ear posting was finished at 3.5 months. To the dog who had one standing ear at 4 months and one that took another 18 months before it stood permanently I don't even try to guess any more.

If I'm posting ears for someone we go from posting to posting and when I think they are done the owner goes home with instructions about taking the ears down first thing in the morning and seeing if they wilt at all through the day--and if they survive the first night down--rinse and repeat--at any sign of floppiness they get reposted. Until they don't need to be reposted.

If the owner is doing the posting they send me pictures or bring the puppy around to see me on a day that they are going to take the ears down and repost--I look at the ears out of posts and either say, "Needs more posting." or "He's done!"

There just isn't a good formula for how long it takes. If you think of one let me know.

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After reading your post Bug - This is just unbelievable ! Everything you wrote is what my mentor told me , almost word for word !!! All I can say is we have to have the same Mentor ! --- Wow -- Small World !
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I took the whole day off today because I had no idea how long Mocha would be at the vet's, so just in case they found something and she had to have surgery I wanted to be there...well, once we came home, I needed to unwind some so I went out back and took a few pics.



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Oh dear—the butterfly's legs in that first picture make me itchy I think somehow the legs and face in that pic look sorta mosquito-ey.

But I love looking at the hairs on insects—it's something you don't typically get to see when they're out there at a distance and zipping around.

Though I do remember the time I pushed my way through the hedge behind our house (I was a kid then, what can I say) and bumped my head into a big wasp nest hidden in the leaves. I was stung five times before I got far enough away (and I was booking it) that they quit chasing me and went back to their nest. The first one gave me a mighty sting right next to my eye. I vividly remember seeing this very fuzzy thing up close and personal. Blurry, but furry.
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Ha LadyDi - at best I dabble in many things....that old saying jack of all trades master of none...... Once I get done with the hat, I am going to make some PJ bottoms. Hmm let's see, what could be next. Will have to think about that

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Guess I better get off - it is thundering and lightning pretty good here now.
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Sunflower seed bin, possibly?

No, definitely not, nada, nein, nyet, non, nee, zilch!!


https://www.lipstickalley.com/thread...nload.3605549/


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This person would be available after finishing up washing dishes.
You are certainly not talking about me!

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Ha LadyDi - at best I dabble in many things....that old saying jack of all trades master of none...... Once I get done with the hat, I am going to make some PJ bottoms. Hmm let's see, what could be next. Will have to think about that

SP - So she just started doing some quilting how-to small projects. Here are some photos of what she has been working on. She is working on a 3x3 or so small quilt currently.







Guess I better get off - it is thundering and lightning pretty good here now.
Awesome!

So cute!

If you are giving out Jammie pants for Christmas or say upcoming birthdays, I like the fleece fabric!



I basically live in fluffy PJ pants!

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Oh dear—the butterfly's legs in that first picture make me itchy I think somehow the legs and face in that pic look sorta mosquito-ey.

But I love looking at the hairs on insects—it's something you don't typically get to see when they're out there at a distance and zipping around.

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Have you never let a butterfly land on you? They aren't itchy at all!

When I lived in Kansas there was a farm that always did an amaizing corn maze every year. (see what I did there?)

They also had a butterfly tent that you could walk into. I didn't have a panic attack because butterflies touched me.
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I took the whole day off today because I had no idea how long Mocha would be at the vet's, so just in case they found something and she had to have surgery I wanted to be there...well, once we came home, I needed to unwind some so I went out back and took a few pics.



What did I miss, TN?

What's up with Mocha?

How did I miss this?
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As you should know, I am looking for ideas for my home office which contains quite a lot and still has space. I just need to see what you have going space wise so I can plan my color pallet for my own space. Will you please oblige?

Mister's new storage unit ready for me to add to!



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Ha LadyDi - at best I dabble in many things....that old saying jack of all trades master of none...... Once I get done with the hat, I am going to make some PJ bottoms. Hmm let's see, what could be next. Will have to think about that

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Guess I better get off - it is thundering and lightning pretty good here now.
When do we get to see a pic of you and Mrs Davy?

TN caved. It's okay for you to cave too.

Come to think of it, we don't know what Mrs Beau looks like.

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I hope someone took pics of the moon tonight. I tried to.

I think I took some but still trying to figure out how to view them.

Did I mention I dislike technology?

Except my truck, that is.
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Have you never let a butterfly land on you? They aren't itchy at all!

When I lived in Kansas there was a farm that always did an amaizing corn maze every year. (see what I did there?)

They also had a butterfly tent that you could walk into. I didn't have a panic attack because butterflies touched me.
It's the visuals of the picture, not the reality

There's a place called the Butterfly Pavilion on the northern outskirts of Denver—it's a sort of invertebrate zoo. Very cool—in addition to other exhibits, they have several greenhouse-like rooms that you can walk through and stand in and let the butterflies land on you.

I've only been there once or twice, but the thing that sticks out in my memory the most was petting a tarantula.

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It's the visuals of the picture, not the reality

There's a place called the Butterfly Pavilion on the northern outskirts of Denver—it's a sort of invertebrate zoo. Very cool—in addition to other exhibits, they have several greenhouse-like rooms that you can walk through and stand in and let the butterflies land on you.

I've only been there once or twice, but the thing that sticks out in my memory the most was petting a tarantula.

My question would be, "Why the hell did you pet a tarantula"?

This camera thing is really pissing me off. It's a Ferrari compared to what I have had before.

These tutorial things are really stressing me out.

Your camera doesn't look exactly like mine and I can't understand all the mumbo jumbo they are talking about.

I am mad at TN again.



Yes I am throwing a fit.

I walked out the back door and there stood a deer just on the other side of the yard. We watched each other for a decent amount of time and he/she just dropped its head and kept grazing.
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Finding a reputable breeder and a vet that will do ears is hard to find around here.

Unless you all could give me some leads.

I am going to have to vacate my own thread to get away from the puppy fever!

Denny,

How long have you been on this forum--if I were in Oklahoma (and am I to understand you don't want to drive anyplace?) I'd contact the folk at the Chapter Club for Oklahoma--just so you don't have to look it up--it's DPC of Indian Nation, Inc. They should probably be able to put you in touch with some breeders. And if you find a reliable breeder (did you say how long you've been on DT) you should be able to expect that the ears will be cropped by a good cropper and if you never learned how to post ears before the puppy section has a whole bunch of information put up by greenkouki which is as good a video of how to post, and how to remove posts and you know that we offer to help anyone who needs help.

Geeze and people thing that Ken and I have a corner on the not quite right club...

Who was it you got to finish removing the wallpaper for you? Maybe they could find a breeder and vet for you (just teasing).

I can't believe I'm writing answers in Mel time--I should have been in bed and fast asleep hours ago.

It's supposed to rain tomorrow and I want to sit inside and watch it---I'll have an excuse for not being outside slaving away in the yard in our overly warm weather (overly warm for me anyway).

So nightly night one and all.

Lady Di will be up shortly wanting to know where everyone is. Or miss EG will have gotten Ken up in the very wee hours of the morning to take her out. (And then she'll want to play...)

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After reading your post Bug - This is just unbelievable ! Everything you wrote is what my mentor told me , almost word for word !!! All I can say is we have to have the same Mentor ! --- Wow -- Small World !
ROTFLMAO!!!!

We probably do have the same mentor--it'd figure--I keep telling people the world of Doberman owners is very small.

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