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Kilo will finally be getting his ears posted in the next hour. Pics to come.
uggghhhh - that is awful!! What are these vets thinking???jeromejenkins said:Okay, we're back and I have to say that it wasn't what I expected. Thought the Vet was gonna use the tampon or the cap method. He used some rolled cotton and gauze and taped his ears and head like crazy. He wants it to remain that way for 14days and then bring him back. I have read a bit about posting and am not in a hurry to call it done. Me and the wife are wondering, should we post for 1 week on and 1 week off or 2 weeks on and 1 week off? We may consider redoing the posting that the Vet just did as I don't like how the tape is wrapped around his head. Pics are attached.
OMG, I send that thought. It should look something like this if done by someone competent.velmadobe said:uggghhhh - that is awful!! What are these vets thinking???
Not sure. Is there anyone from Pittsburgh here who has experience with posting that could meet and help us?Linda H said:How much experience does the vet have with doberman ears? Don't take them down, you will never get them up right without some kind of knowledge or experience with taping!!!
I agree and felt that way when he was wrapping his ears. I am located in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. If someone can help, it would be greatly appreciated.dobebug said:Kilo's dad,
Where are you? On this forum there are people all over the country who have experience with ear and posting them--that is the stupidest looking post job I've seen in nearly 50 years of posting Doberman (and a lot of other cropped breeds) ears.
We must be able to find someone not far from you that can help teach you how to properly post ears.