Learn basic rules in regard to ear cropping of Doberman


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Stick down the strip end, 25 cm long, to the tampon end. Unfold the strip and wrap the barrel with it approximately for 7/8 of the height in such way as sticky part of the plaster be out and the edges of the plaster overlap while light wrapping.


Repeat the same procedure using the second tampon. Lay aside prepared barrels-tampons onto clean dry surface.

Glue the ears:

   1.Carefully but thoroughly wipe out Doberman’s ears with a napkin wetted with hydrogen dioxide: it cleans the soft skin without depriving of fat. Carefully remove as much skin sloughs as possible proving that Doberman puppy’s ears have not still healed but you are determined to paste but be careful not to damage the edge to prevent it from bleeding.

  2.Now wipe the ears with dry paper napkin.

  3.If the edges have not still healed, carefully coat them with a little of Neosporin ointment. It tends to soften the edge therefore the ear edge won’t be constricted and the ear won’t shrink. It is necessary that even clean strip of scar tissue may form along the ear trimming line because it will help the ear to stand upright when the plaster will be removed.


  4. Carefully take the ear by its point and pull it up holding it extended during all the process of gluing.
  5. Insert a prepared tampon into Doberman’s concha of auricle - all the way to the bottom of the auricle but without using force. 
  6. Glue the sticky part of the tampon to the inner side of the ear.


  7.Take a strip of plaster, 25 cm long, paste one end to the tampon at the ear base and paste the base along ear bending ( outside-in) –the right ear of Doberman –contraclockwise  and the left one-clockwise-so that the ear may not be twisted or strangulated but be in a natural position.


We careful and don’t roll Doberman’s ear too tightly and do not draw on the plaster to hard. Do remember that the ears are glued in order the ears may stand on their own; the more possibility for the ear to work to hold itself without help the better. 

Paste the ear base when it is elevated! Wrap the plaster around the ear base two times at the very least and then gradually up  wrap the ear spirally so as the every turn of the plaster partially should overlay the preceding layer until all the strip is applied.

Holding the ear point together with the tampon, carefully pull in the same direction in which you were gluing.


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