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How much does it cost to crop a dog's ears?

This is a discussion on How much does it cost to crop a dog's ears? within the Ear Care forums, part of the Veterinary category, I have a 1.5 year old boxer-mix, and for the first time his ears have reached their normal size. Since then they've ...

How much does it cost to crop a dog's ears?

I have a 1.5 year old boxer-mix, and for the first time his ears have reached their normal size. Since then they've been a little "flopty". He still has some "flop" in the ear that hangs low, but its not as bad as before. Is there a way to cut them a bit shorter? I've looked online and am finding lots of people with similar dogs and their ears are cropped, but I haven't found any that give how much it cost to do this. I'm new to the world of doggie care, so if anyone can help, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your time.

Re: How much does it cost to crop a dog's ears?

The amount of hr depends on the breed of dog. The easiest thing to do is to trim them a bit higher than they are and not worry about it. However, sometimes people look to see if there is an issue with their dogs ears, especially when the dogs ears have gone limp.

The amount of hr depends on the breed of dog. The easiest thing to do is to trim them a bit higher than they are and not worry about it. However, sometimes people look to see if there is an issue with their dogs ears, especially when the dogs ears have gone limp.

You sd in your post that your dog's ears "flop", but I'm not really sure what that means. I'm assuming you're talking about the hr dropping down into the opening of the ear canal. Is that what you mean?

Re: How much does it cost to crop a dog's ears?

I would be careful. The hr can stick to your shears, and if you do a bad job, you can actually push it further into your dog's ears. I had that happen to me, and my dog didn't look so great for a week after.

You sd in your post that your dog's ears "flop", but I'm not really sure what that means. I'm assuming you're talking about the hr dropping down into the opening of the ear canal. Is that what you mean?

Yes, I'm talking about the hr dropping down into the opening of the ear canal. That can definitely happen if you are not clipping the hr to length, but is unlikely to happen if you are clipping the hr to length. I've had people ask me to clip their dogs' ears before, and I tell them that I am not allowed to clip the hr into the ear canals of my dogs.

You sd in your post that your dog's ears "flop", but I'm not really sure what that means. I'm assuming you're talking about the hr dropping down into the opening of the ear canal. Is that what you mean?

Yes, I'm talking about the hr dropping down into the opening of the ear canal. That can definitely happen if you are not clipping the hr to length, but is unlikely to happen if you are clipping the hr to length. I've had people ask me to clip their dogs' ears before, and I tell them that I am not allowed to clip the hr into the ear canals of my dogs.

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