where are you from? If you do decide to take things into your own hands there is a TON of help on here to help you. But like I said in my last post with that chin strap and no bridge you can be pulling her ear set down. When I say that I mean the base of her ears and where they should sit.The breeder is working on the ears, I am doing absolutely nothing ^^ but if I take the situation on my hands I will probably destroy the dog :/
And I guess its a tradition to tape ears like this here in this country since many of the others does the same too ^^ Dogs get healthy somehow eventhough ears don't take air and the result is the expected. Maybe in the USA you have better equipment as shown from > o0 sHaDoWoLf 0o <...
ps: you guys have very cute puppies in fact!
Yes, we use the term "box" to describe it here ;pYour puppy is very cute!
What do you mean by this? Her crate?
I appreciate your interest to help and I am taking your words into account. I am just waiting until the next meeting to talk about this. Valid argumentation is always accepted, isn't it?Omikron its your dog, I understand and I'm sure we all appreciate that your breeder is handling the ears, but in all honesty, taping ears is not rocket science and it is your dog and I would insist that when the breeder retapes the ears, tell her you do not wish to have tape under the neck, its your dog not the breeders and just because her brothers ears turned out nice doesn't mean you'rs will, its all skill by the vet who does the cropping and alot of luck in my opinion. tape under the neck guarantees nothing except that your poor pup has to suffer and be uncomfortable for months on end.