The Doberman is an extremely intelligent, strong, and protective dog that has earned a reputation for its courage.
If you are thinking about getting a Doberman, it is very important to know how to care for them and keep them healthy.
One way to make sure your Doberman stays healthy is by making sure their ears stand up as much as possible without having to crop them.
Here are some tips on how you can do this:
Do Doberman’s ears stand up naturally?
Do Doberman ears stand up naturally? Yes, they do.
If you are thinking of getting a Doberman pup and you are concerned about their ears standing up or not, then let me assure you that it is completely natural for them to stand up without any problem.
When a puppy is born and up until the age of 8 weeks, the cartilage around its ears begins to harden and becomes stiff by itself.
As such, your Doberman pup’s ears will naturally straighten out before they turn one year old.
After this period is over, there will be no possibility of making your dog’s ears appear erect even if you want to try some tricks for it!
Can Doberman ears stand up without cropping?
The answer to this question is YES.
Dobermans have erect ears by default, and if you are wondering how to make a Doberman’s ears stand up without cropping, then you are in luck!
The process of making your dog’s ears stand up is simple but does require patience and consistency.
First off, it’s important to understand that what we mean when we say “stand up” can be a little confusing.
A lot of people think that the goal here is for their dogs’ ears to stick straight up in the air like they might on an actual wolf or fox (which they absolutely will not do).
But when it comes time for show season or just walking around town with your pup strapped onto their leash so everyone can see those gorgeous floppy prickly things flowing behind them like flags of pride—you want those puppies perked back into position as much as possible!
How to make Doberman ears stand up without cropping?
The first thing that needs to be done is to determine whether or not your puppy’s ears will stand up on their own.
If they do not have much of an inclination towards standing up, then you may need to use some kind of assistance for them to go up.
The best way to do this is by using a weight-pulling harness which will help pull up the ears when they start going down during exercise or playtime with other dogs.
This harness works like any other kind of weight-pulling harness except it has two extra straps attached at each end of the harness which wraps around the top part of your dog’s head behind his ears when he pulls on his leash.
Now you know how to make a Doberman’s ears stand up.
You can also teach the dog to hold them up for a few seconds, which is useful for photos or when showing off your dog’s beautiful ears! It’s important not to force the ears up too much, though, because this could cause damage in the long run.