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  1. Hello! Here I am after a long period ... During this period, everything happened so I did not enter the forum ... In February we mated Lea with a male husky, I got very strange colors (they are strange for that combination), I did abnormal research, it turned out that after the ninth generation, they have a lot of agouti dogs and black dogs with full masks. Everything continued as it should, but what worried me the most was that one puppy's ears were constantly falling ... One female lifted her ears and then they fell again, is suspicious in terms of head and build (looks different from the others in the litter). Maybe it's my paranoia and negativity, lately I'm very negative because my husky who was supposed to come to me (Sally) was killed. Here are pictures of the puppies and their parents(sire is copper dog):
  2. My puppy is 6.5 weeks old but only one ear has stood up. I understand this is young, but almost all of her brothers and sisters ears are already erect. Do you guys think the right will stand up like the left?
  3. Hello everyone ! So about a month ago, I got a husky puppy. He was showing no signs of having his ears stand up until this week where his ears are really close to standing. Then unexpectedly my other dog (Great Dane) Bit/ scratched him in the ear and he was bleeding from it. I washed him with warm water and made sure the ear finished bleeding. Now there is a major difference in both ears. One is active and the other is just droopy and moves occasionally . What should I do? and Will his hurt ear still stand up?
  4. Hi, I have a 7 month old male husky, and he is purebred, but so far my pups ears haven't stood up. I or no one has messed with his ears, and both parents do have erect ears and look pure, but yet his ears are still floppy. I have looked up in general about ears and I know it's might be a genetics defect, however I was curious if anyone might know if there is hope for his ears still standing past this age? None of the ears have fully stood they only stand when he is asleep, but that's because his head is turned and when he wakes up they stay up for maybe a few seconds then flop back down. I love him regardless, but was wondering if anyone might know if there is hope for his ears still standing even though he's already 7 months?
  5. Pasadeana

    Gatling Gun Big Boy

    Gatling Gun at 4 & 1/2 months old He is all ears. Been getting his adult teeth.
  6. Morning All Just stopped by to say hello, Kobi has been with us for almost 3 years now and we love him to bits. We have recently been up against some health issues and I wanted to ask you guys if you had any experience with the following please? - Firstly Kobi started to show signs of an itchy ear and progressively over some weeks it became obviously worse to the point we could see a dark brown build up, no amount of ear cleaner, cotton wool would seemingly shift it and with Kobis continued scratching became obvious we needed a vet visit. - Since Kobi was 'treated' for a microbial infection in the ear , it hasn't really got a great deal better, the dark brown waxy substance has subsided and his left ear is certainly no way near as inflamed and irritated as was before. The vet said he had cleared a lot of gunk from the inner ear and said the ear drum was in tact. - It looks as though this may have gone to his right ear, although we cannot see the same dark substance, Kobi is beginning to scratch at that ear. Sadly he also is scratching his bottom lips too, this is causing them to become scratched and raw also. - In addition to this we have also noticed Kobi wanting to scratch, lick, bite, clean his anus very vigourously, to the point where if left he would bite and bite. Now I want avoid too much detail but had to explain best I could. I imagine it very irritating if itchy bottom. We thought worms but is wormed regularly, tablets from the vet. On inspection I can't see anything obvious, other than after he has been at it it's very clean. - Kobi has also taken to licking things, a lot, the sofa for instance, he will constantly lick the sofa as if trying to clean something from it or clean his tongue?? To the point where if not stopped the sofa is sodden at that spot. The sofa isn't it, he will lick the tiled floor, or the wooden floor boards - I have also noticed Kobi has had a drippy nose... So all in all doesn't make great reading. Kobi is our everything, our little boy we couldn't have and now we are at our wits end as to what to do. As said we had been to the vets and Kobi is that anxious he can't have a muzzle on so last time had to go under for his ear exam and as the vet put down an existing condition cannot claim through our insurers. Kobi eats a kibble diet and water, we occasionally make chicken with plain rice as his stools were a little loose, I thought after a bout of diahorrea I assumed a sore bottom, hence the cleaning, but this is going on some. Not sure what detail I could add, any advice, help, experience shared or given at this stage would be most appreciated. With best regards Kobi & family
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