Great Dane Puppies With Cropped Ears For Sale
The original European breeders who produced Great Danes originally bred these dogs to have their ears cropped. These dogs were originally bred to assist in the communication between two dogs or between a male and a female dog. Because of this, they were known as ‘crouched’ dogs.
Even though they were intended to remain like this, humans began to ‘manipulate’ them. The Great Danes were no longer cuddled up against each other but instead were more concerned with the protection and defense. Also, with this ‘manipulation’ they became a lot less pleasing to the eyes and made less of a favorable ‘pack’ packmate’ type of companion. There are those Great Danes that are still cuddled up with each other, but these dogs have generally been outgrown by humans and are now full-grown dogs.
There are Great Danes that have been allowed to continue their natural state of curled up kind of ears and those that have been corrected and clipped at a young age. There are certain reasons for this as well. If the Great Dane’s ears were cropped, he or she would be quite a bit more of a ‘mess’ to clean up and care for. As a result, the ears may look a bit off, even if the dog still has the same structure as a ‘good’ dog.
If the ears are not cropped and corrected at a young age then the ears can become the cause of a lot of discomfort for the Great Dane puppy. When the ears are cropped early, then they can stay this way for a much longer period of time. It can make the dog very uncomfortable to be cleaned and groomed as well.
In fact, this is very common in Great Danes. The dog’s ears can get so bad that it can cause a lot of discomforts and interfere with the dog’s normal daily activities. Dogs that were once so cuddly and friendly due to their cuddled up ears have become very good with handling their own ears because they are so used to wearing them. Unfortunately, this causes many problems.
You will find that many Great Danes have cocked and curled up ears, but when you bring them out in public you will often see the ears almost all the way back. These dogs can also be extremely quiet and will often run around without bothering anyone else. For some people, this can cause a lot of frustration because these dogs were once such wonderful pets.
A major problem with Great Danes that are not corrected early on is that you can expect them to get bigger. Although the ears will not grow any larger, the dog will develop muscles around the ear which makes it much harder to get rid of and a lot more difficult to get rid of in the future. You can expect the ears to become bigger as well, as these dogs continue to grow. If you have a Great Dane puppy that is not corrected early then this could cause you to have a large puppy to take care of.
At times you will have to take the Great Dane puppies with cropped ears for sale to the veterinarian to get corrected. Since you have an older dog that needs more frequent care then you should consider taking these puppies to the vet to have them corrected.