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Old 01-11-2005, 18:16   #1
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Old 01-11-2005, 22:07   #2
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Assolutamente no,
capita spesso è normalissimo fa parte della crescita non devi preoccuparti vedrai che tra non molto le avrà tutte e due diritte!
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confermo,
non ho mai visto un clc adulto con le orecchie basse.
A volte lo fanno, il mio lo faceva, oggi però le orecchie sono rittissime.
Ho visto un clc che fino a 8 mesi ancora non le aveva drizzate, ma oggi le ha perfette.
nulla da temere, fidati!!
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Quello che non ti ha detto nessuno... è che l'abbassamento delle orecchie nei cuccioli..è dovuto spesso alla crescita. Dolore di denti in crescita, carenza di vitamine, parassiti intestinali...... Ma un veterinario, ti può dare maggiori informazioni a riguardo. Io ho avuto in passato, dei Pastori Tedeschi, taglia gigante che le orecchie le tirarono su oltre i 9 mesi!! ed allora era usanza incerottare le orecchie!!
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Old 02-11-2005, 10:59   #5
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Potrebbe essere anche un problema con le cartilagini....

Penserei ad una cura con integratori tipo il Condrogen, o simili, con conferma da perte del veterinario (è comunque un aiuto in fase di crescita anche a livello articolare).
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No. Not standing ears are not normal at this age. The BASIC difference between CLC puppy and German Shepherd Dog puppy are in the ears.

As Rosik wrote:

"Basic difference between ears of GSD and CLC are already visible from the puppy time. While Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs have standing ears already with 4-5 weeks, the ears are small what base on positive influence of Wolf genes; the German Shepherd Dogs have standing ears between 4-6 months. In comparition with CLC ears the GSD ears are huge and longer than 1/6 of the height in withers. It means long ears base on the negative influence of German Shepherd Dog in the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog".

Even puppies form the "old Czech line" (very GSD-like line) have standing ears with 7-8 weeks. It means: if the ears are not standing by older puppies it can be caused by three things:
- the ears will be huge
- the dog do not get to right balanced food
- the dog have some problems with absorbing minerals and vitamines.

Sometimes the method used by breeders of German Shepherd Dogs with giving additions to the food will help. If not it is good to visit the vet...
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