Discussion in 'General Mastiff Discussion' started by richh789, May 28, 2012.
They do that only for neos because there called the head breed they don't do it for corsos
One of Cribs flopped down when she started teething, which is pretty normal. It went back up at around 5 months, I never posted.
That's whats happening with my pup
@richh789....I emailed my breeder for the information. Once I hear back from her I will send you a message. A good crop can make such a difference IMO, it can really show off their head well. From what I hear they no longer teach vets ear cropping in vet school any longer. It's a dying art
Yes please. Good to know if there is a vet here actually familiar with corsos.
Sorry I couldn't even focus on those buttons when looking at that dog I haven't ever seen buttons used on the ears but maybe it depends on the vet and what they were taught.
Jerseygirl, pm sent
That ^^^ Omg
Yeah I couldn't stop looking at it either...omg
OH! I didnt even see his eye! No wonder he looks like such an unhappy puppy.
That dog looks horrible!!
I think this one shows my CC's crop the best, bell curve and according to guidelines. I like this crop much more than the "battle" crop which is much much shorter and close or the "doberman" crop which leave the ears much higher. This way accentuates the jaws and expressions and allows him to literally move his ear 180 degrees so he is always aware of his surroundings
i think mines has a very short cut compried to his head lol but his left ear still sticks to his head n i think it will stay that way he is already 9mon1/2 so there no looking back lol
Here are some before, during and after standing crop pics of Rolex:
that face is the CUTEST!
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