donblaze wrote:my girlfriends puppy is 13 weeks old is that too old to crop her ears? I can tell shes gonna be the size of a 40 pounder but weigh like 55 her parents are beautiful and ripped. But she got these big floppy ears and she looks so silly. My other dog has a huge head so I kept the ears and IM glad I did, but this one needs them cropped. also I see different styles of crops. is that just all dogs are done be a diferent vet and they come out different or are there different ways of doing it?? ps I'll be posting pics very soon
Here in the Netherlands there's a law against cropping :roll: Tail, ears, everything stays on the dog
donblaze wrote:my girlfriends puppy is 13 weeks old is that too old to crop her ears?
moto1320 wrote:Normally I'm with you on this one Demo. Happens all the time and it drives me nuts...I don't really see that in this thread though. I took the few off hand comments from folks in other countries as conversation as they have no choice or experience in the matter, the rest were answers to his question. Or did people delete thier posts?
Demo Dick wrote:It never fails. Somone asks a question regarding ear cropping and gets a bunch of replies telling them not to do it. NO ONE ASKED what everyone's opinion of ear cropping was. The question was whether or not it was too late to do it. This subject has been beat to death on this board in threads specifically geared towards the pros and cons of ear cropping. Please allow a poster's thread to go answered. If you want to start yet another ear cropping debate, start another, separate thread.
Ther answer is yes, you can still get it done, but you'll likely be pushing it soon. But PLEASE go to a vet experienced in cropping Bulldog ears. Just because the vet has cropped Dobe's and Boxers does not mean they can do a Pit Bull crop correctly.
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