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Hello everyone! My name is Shannon. I live in Columbia, SC & I wanted to introduce my new baby girl Eva to you all. She is 7 weeks old.


She is the second dobie of my lifetime. I grew up with a wonderful girl named, Penny. She was an absolute joy. I am so excited to have another in my life.


Here is a few BlackBerry shots of my new love...





I am very apprehensive/worried/afraid about ear cropping although I would like for her to have the procedure. Anyone have any thoughts or words that can calm me down a bit about it?


Thanks ya'll & I look forward to sharing her journey to maturity with you!
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what a cutie pupie
what breeder did you use
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Do your reseach on the vets and ask for photos. Also due research here on DT through the search. Hope everything goes well.
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what a cutie pupie
what breeder did you use

She was actually given to me by a friend of my father's who does not breed his dogs for sale, the puppies were an accident. Hahaha! I thought this was the most generous gesture!
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Hi, welcome to DT!

Consider leaving her ears natural, as she is just your beloved pet.

Take the time and money you would have spent on that and go do some fun sport and training with your cute girl




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Welcome to DT! Your pup is sure a cutie. Natural ears are very cute and a way to save a little money, plus you don't have to spend months posting the ears to get them to stand. If you really want your puppy's ears cropped make sure you find a reputable vet to do them. You don't want to end up with a botched ear crop. Once you find the perfect vet, the procedure is done quickly and the puppy doesn't experience too much pain. I picked up my girl a few hours after surgery and she whined a little bit but mostly slept. The next day she was jumping all over and playing. Whatever you decide, I am sure your puppy will look adorable.

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cute, Thanks for sharing. I have had all three of mine cropped by different vets & never had a problem. The reason for different vets is the old ones retired.
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Well she's just a cutie pie! She's lucky she found a good home! I agree with the others that leaving her ears natural is a fine option since she's your sweet pet and you can spend the time and money on other fun things for her
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Welcome to Doberman Talk!

I too was concerned about the cropping procedure.

Here is what I have learned from my first cropping experience:

Research very well on a vet that is recommended for this.

Bring a photo of what you want done.

The first week after is the worst! And then you realize that little Eva will be just fine. (I taped socks to Diesel's feet so he couldn't scratch)

The posting is difficult at first if you're doing it on your own, but you get the hang of it and it becomes second nature.. and the pups LOVE the ear massages

I went back and forth about whether or not to get Diesel done, but I am so so so glad I did.

Good Luck! Use the search feature at the top to find more info about cropping.
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Welcome to DT. She's really cute! If you really want to have her ears done (I've had one of each and while I like Cara's crop, it was a LOT of work), you could contact Notori Dobermans and Whippets - and see who she uses. That's Cara's breeder and I know she has a couple of vets that she uses depending on who's available when she has a litter. Cara's litter turned out really well so I know they do a good job.

Good luck w/ your Doberbaby! There's some crazy, but wonderful months ahead.
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Thank you everyone for making me feel so welcome. I'm sure Miss Eva thanks you all too!

I am seriously considering just leaving her ears be. They really are adorable with those floppy little ears. I love the look of the cropped ears but I am such a crazy, overprotective dog mommy. I'd worry so much after she had the procedure that I'd have to take a week off work. Hahaha!


Thank you again for all the information! I will be sure to let you all know what I decide.
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Welcome to the forums. Your girl is lovely

I've had a natural eared Dobe (a rescue) and now a cropped Dobe (from a breeder). There are pros and cons to both sides.

For my natural eared boy, people were much less wary of him. Don't get me wrong, people weren't looking at me like "hey, I can mug her since she has a fake Dobe," but people were more likely to pet him and be kind to him. He didn't have the Doberman "stigma" so to speak, which was nice since a well socialized dog is important to me.

On the other hand, he suffered from chronic ear infections his entire life that no amount of cleaning or visits to the vet ever seemed to resolve. However, I've learned that this could have been due to any number of issues such as his diet, allergies, poor breeding, or even just not using the best product to keep his ears cleaned.

For my cropped puppy, I didn't bring him home until well after his ears were cropped so I never saw him with stitches or scabs, didn't have to worry about infections or scar tissue, etc. Ear posting is not hard, but it can be a bit stressful when you are learning. You have to be very careful not to pull the tape too tightly because you can cut off circulation to the ear, and the ear can actually die.

It's a bit sad (at least for me) seeing how much the posts irritate my dog when I redo his ears every few days. He does get over it quickly, but I don't like seeing such a sweet puppy irritated over what is a cosmetic procedure.

Pretty much everyone assumes my dog just had his/her ears done, even though we are well into the posting stage so it's just tape. People don't want to touch him for fear of hurting him, and they don't want their dogs/puppies playing with him for the same reason. Obviously, I can and do explain it's just tape, but he doesn't often get strangers approaching and asking if they can pet him (again, one of those things that's good for socialization).

You will get A LOT of snide comments about your "poor puppy", even well after the ears are healed and it's just tape. Of course, it's your dog and your decision, but it does take a bit of a thick skin, especially if you were on the fence about cropping in the first place.

On the other hand, if you want the Dobe that looks like a guard dog (even though aside from the working Dobes, they are all pretty much puffy little marshmallows of love), the cropped ears give the Dobe an alert expression that make people more wary of it. (Being a woman who walks my dog alone most of the time, I don't necessarily see that as a bad thing.)

Whatever route you go, there are a bunch of people who will give you the support you need to keep your puppy's ears well cared for.
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Thank you everyone for making me feel so welcome. I'm sure Miss Eva thanks you all too!

I am seriously considering just leaving her ears be. They really are adorable with those floppy little ears. I love the look of the cropped ears but I am such a crazy, overprotective dog mommy. I'd worry so much after she had the procedure that I'd have to take a week off work. Hahaha!


Thank you again for all the information! I will be sure to let you all know what I decide.

In the meantime, you could post more puppy pictures, hint, hint




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The cropping is up to you, more importantly is getting the pup socialized once the pups shots are completed. If your not experienced in training for house manners using basic obedience let me know. I believe I have a trainer in your area on my trainers listings. Best to you and your pup, she is a sweet looking little girl. Welcome to DT forums. VON.
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Welcome from Ohio!!!

Make sure you do your research on the vets and get references from other patients! I had both of my boys done and it is tedious but allows you to do a lot with your puppy at a young age and both my boys are really good about getting their ears cleaned and teeth brushed because they were fussed with so much at a young age.

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...On the other hand, he suffered from chronic ear infections his entire life that no amount of cleaning or visits to the vet ever seemed to resolve. However, I've learned that this could have been due to any number of issues such as his diet, allergies, poor breeding, or even just not using the best product to keep his ears cleaned...
Just a note, there is no scientific medical evidence whatsoever that cropped ears are less prone to infections than natural ears.

As Michellejy did note, diet and allergies are far and away the most common culprits behind ear issues. You can discuss this with your vet, but keep in mind vets are just humans too, and some are more up on the latest literature and research than others, and some will hold their own opinion, regardless of facts, just like humans in every other walk of life




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Just a note, there is no scientific medical evidence whatsoever that cropped ears are less prone to infections than natural ears.

As Michellejy did note, diet and allergies are far and away the most common culprits behind ear issues. You can discuss this with your vet, but keep in mind vets are just humans too, and some are more up on the latest literature and research than others, and some will hold their own opinion, regardless of facts, just like humans in every other walk of life
As RFR mentioned, I don't necessarily know that it was due to natural ears. That was just one of many theories I read. In retrospect, I think different care probably would have resolved the problem, but I just didn't know at the time. I feel bad that my poor dog suffered for so long because I trusted the advice of my vet implicitly and didn't seek out alternatives when those methods didn't work. Guilt always seems to be magnified about a thousand times with hindsight, doesn't it?

Oh, and one other thing with cropped ears, some Dobes have ears that never seem to want to stand, or they end up with one standing and one flopped. There is a lot of time, money, and effort involved in having a good crop that stands, and I feel bad for the people who go through the whole process only to have it not work or to need corrective surgery after the fact. (I'm praying I'm not one of those people since although we didn't have the dog cropped ourselves, we did choose a Dobe that already had his ears done by the breeder. )
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Wow. You guys are very helpful. I appreciate all your replies & suggestions so much.


I know it's best to have the babies ears cropped before she reaches over 9 weeks old. She is 7 weeks old right now so argh! Such a tough decision! I am researching the heck out of veterinarians in my area. I want to be absolutely comfortable & positive about a vet should I make the decision to go through with it.


I promise to post more pics when I get home! Some from my REAL camera!
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Hi, Welcome from Chicago. Pretty little girl you have there. Good luck with your cropping decision.
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Welcome to the forum - what a cute pup! She'll still be adorable with natural ears.

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Welcome

Welcome from Missouri and congrats on your new baby. i recommend posting and asking for a vet who does nice crops in your area. Ears really need to be cropped ASAP for the best results. You have a very short window. If you go to DPCA breeder referral site you can find a breeder in your area who might help you find a vet. Good luck.

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Hello everyone! My name is Shannon. I live in Columbia, SC & I wanted to introduce my new baby girl Eva to you all. She is 7 weeks old.


She is the second dobie of my lifetime. I grew up with a wonderful girl named, Penny. She was an absolute joy. I am so excited to have another in my life.


Here is a few BlackBerry shots of my new love...





I am very apprehensive/worried/afraid about ear cropping although I would like for her to have the procedure. Anyone have any thoughts or words that can calm me down a bit about it?


Thanks ya'll & I look forward to sharing her journey to maturity with you!

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In your vet research, you should ask to see pictures of crops the vet has done. You should also make sure he has cropped DOBERMAN ears, because the crop is quite different from a pit bull crop, for example. You can learn to do the aftercare yourself--and you just might do a better job of posting than a vet will, because a number of them haven't done much posting themselves and might not have the time or interest to research the different methods that can be used the way you, a concerned mommy , will.
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She's cute - Vader came home cropped - healed & posted at 10.5 weeks old. My breeder had the whole litter cropped - so I have no experience with finding a vet to do that.
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Check this thread out for suggestions. I saw Murreydobe suggested someone in NC. She has been in dobes for a very long time and would know who is best in the area.
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