To Tape or Not to Tape

Posted on December 11, 2014 by CJ Robinson | 0 Comments

So many people have asked us about the taping on Sedona's ears. Being a first time boxer mom with Dakota I had not idea that you could tape their ears to give them a natural set or fall. So she has flying ears. With Montana her ears automatically set perfectly and again I had no idea about taping. With Sedona she has the flying nun ears, meaning they are back and out instead of forward and close to her head with a crease in the middle. You can set a puppy's ears up until the teething has stopped. To remedy this you have to tape the ears. there are a couple of different way:

The first is shown by the breeder Lina Anderson of Boxers of Palo Mesa  (Copy and Paste this link into your browser) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAD4cdj71vk

The second is what we did with Sedona as her ears were more stubborn and it worked really well. Be sure to watch the video a few times to get it right, I did not use the lighter fluid, I just used medical tape.

By Vondenpegenbogenkriegern (Copy and Paste this link into your browser) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5PBHQtMylc

Things you will need: Patience, medical tape and taping skills, lol. Watch each video a few times before you attempt to tape your puppy's ears because they all don't have a lot of patience.

 

Here you can see the difference from the before to the after.

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