Where Can I Get My Dogs Ears Cropped?

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You can not get your dog's ears cropped in the UK as cropping is restricted and can only be done by a vet on a number of working dog breeds only. Cropped ears are said to be easier to clean, are less prone to infections and generally tend to stay drier. On the contrary, cropping a dog's ears is not a necessary operation and it causes a lot of pain to the dog.
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1. After the dog is prepped for surgery and sedated the ears will be marked as to where they will be cut. The incision starts at the top of the ear and ends close to the head. 2.
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About $300! It just depends where you get it done.
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The reason people use to crop dog's ears and tails was because they would fight
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some people do it to make the dog look more scary. i personaly dont see the point but if i wanted a guard dog i might concider it.
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Where can I get my dogs ears cropped? If you were going to get any kind of plastic surgery, where would you go? A doctor or would you ask a neighbor? Then if you are going to do something like cropping a dogs ears, you need to go to a Veterinarian. This is a surgical procedure and not a do it your self procedure. You can find more information here: http://hubpages.com/hub/Stylizing-Your-Dog
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