What is the oldest I could clip my pitbull ears?
What is the best choice i should do for my pit bull she just turned 1yrs old and her ears always get cut and bleed as well as her neck because the hit against eachother when she shakes what should i do so my puppy could stop hurting????
Have you called your vet? Maybe there is another way to prevent your dogs ears and neck from being cut when he or she shakes other than having your dogs ears cropped. Or go to your local pet store and look at one of the books on pitbulls. You will learn more about your dog, the do's and don'ts and perhaps find out exactly what you should do.
I own 4 pitbulls and have had my share of other problems. I hope you find the right solution. Let me know what happens.
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