setting of ears.
The setting of the Doberman ears is a rather painstaking process. To put ears, sometimes it takes a lot of time and patience. Beautiful ears are the pride of the Doberman, and, of course, its owner.
It is recommended to stop the ears from a Doberman at the age of 1.5 to 3 months. It is very important that the operation to stop the ears performed by an experienced specialist. So it is necessary that this cosmetic operation is safe for the puppy, and also to choose the shape of the ears (configuration) and the desired length, which would be in harmony with the head of the dog. Unfortunately, one often sees very beautiful Dobermans with terrible ears. This is the result of the fact that the breed’s specialists did not stop the ears of the puppy.
Doberman’s ears can get up at the age of 3 months, but there are times when you have to glue them from time to time up to 1 year. The duration of ear placement depends on the correct ear cropping, the length of the cropped ear (so long ears will have to be set longer), the puppy’s heredity, thickness of the ear and cartilage, proper nutrition of the puppy, and of course on your work on ear placement. The main thing is to be patient and do not quit until you achieve the desired result. Continue reading