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Boxer ears

Discussion in 'Showing - questions and answers' started by Heidi Glisbo, Jun 15, 2008.

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  1. Heidi Glisbo

    Heidi Glisbo Boxer Pal

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    I was wondering if anyone here has any experience with getting the ears look nice on a matured boxer?

    I have a 4-year old boxer girl. And her ears are "flying".
    She is my first boxer, and when I got her I did not know that you have to manage the ears to get them nice looking. So therefor today she has these "cute" wild flying ears.

    I guess there is not much to do about it now, but just wanted to check in here if anyone could tell me otherwise?
    Am I rigt or wrong thinking that there is nothing to do now?

    I think I can probably work on the ears and make them temperaly better?

    We where at a show this weekend, and the judge did not like flying ears at all. He was very hard on my girl, and I wonder if I can do anything to approve the ears so that we can try to show again later this summer. We would like to try to get just a bit better result.

    Her ears are very flying. I can give them a little massage and make them better for a short while but as soon as she moves to much they flip right back.
     
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