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    If your dog cuts her ear...

    It will bleed... Profusely.
    Once you get the bleeding to stop, she will stand up and shake, breaking open the wound, and flinging blood all over your wife's kitchen.
    When you reapply pressure for 30 more minutes and stop the bleeding, she will shake again, breaking the clot again, this time in a different area of the house.
    Applying superglue is a complete waste of time, and when you think the glue is all dried, she'll shake, and end up with a bunch of glue on the top of her head and under her chin.

    Your wife will not be impressed with this comedy of errors.
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    Haha! That seriously sounds like my dog! I can definitely relate!
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
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    Try super glue. Works for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Try super glue. Works for me
    I did, ended up with more mess than before!
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    What's even better is when your lab cuts the tip of his tail. It bleeds profusely and puts blood all over the wall. It looked like some one was murdered in my hall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssliger View Post
    What's even better is when your lab cuts the tip of his tail. It bleeds profusely and puts blood all over the wall. It looked like some one was murdered in my hall.
    omg.. I bet tail flinging is way worse than ear flopping! As it stands, it currently looks as though someone was murdered on my patio, in my kitchen, in the garage, and in the bathroom. Thank God for tile and hardwoods, or I'd be screwed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssliger View Post
    What's even better is when your lab cuts the tip of his tail. It bleeds profusely and puts blood all over the wall. It looked like some one was murdered in my hall.
    Not funny but that made me laugh on the inside where I'm alittle demented.
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    Idea for a flop eared dog.



    A stretchy neck gaiter will also work.

    Another option is to wrap with Vetwrap around the head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2rocky View Post
    Idea for a flop eared dog.



    A stretchy neck gaiter will also work.


    Another option is to wrap with Vetwrap around the head.

    Did that dog get it's' lunch money stolen to by the other dogs. LMAO.

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    If prince (or the artist formerly known as prince) had a dog, I bet it would look like this!!!

 

 

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