Hey my name’s Steve. Just got a Bulldog puppy (Charles) in my home state of Indiana and he is now 12 weeks old. I’ve noticed as he has begun to grow that his ears don’t look quite right and don’t seem to sit correctly on his head. Now, the pet store I purchased him from seems to have closed so I can’t ask them for info on this topic. I know after researching more into the breed I probably shouldnt have made my purchase from a pet store and I regret that.
What I heard online is that you can glue or even tape the Bulldog’s ears down so that they grow correctly or in the right direction? Honestly this sounds pretty mean so I don’t want to do it, but heard that the ears not being right may cause health issues in my bulldog’s ears. Please tell me this is not something I have to do to my dog! It really sounds like abuse. Just not sure. Anyone have an answer? Please Please respond to this post! Thank you!! – StevO 23
Yikes! Gluing your Bulldog’s ears!? C’mon people this is the 21st century, is it not? At first I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Please tell me you didn’t glue your poor puppy’s ears down to achieve some special shape that you deem is right! Just love and take care of your pet. This is nonsense. How would you like it if someone put glue all over your ears or body parts to make them take different shapes than what they were intended? Seriously, if you do this that makes you a creep and a jerk in my book and you shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a bulldog puppy! You can’t say I’m wrong either because you know it’s true.