I know Seiah has floppy ears when he's really tired. I saw it once but it was cute, then after I called his name they perked up. I'm pretty sure Porscha's will be up again soon.
It was actually in an article a while back someone posted on this forum that gave me piece of mind that the ears being floppy did not mean anything was wrong. I noted it was not too uncommon either. There was a time when both of Oliver's ears partially flopped and I remember thinking well that's kinda cute and I almost wished if the one wasn't going to go up - they had both stayed down. He's just too cute with one totally up and one only partially up. I have read that you can put a piece of tape on the floppy ear and "train" it to go up. I did that with Oliver for about 3 days on the one ear and it did keep it up and I could see how conceivably that "could" work but he HATED the tape and it seemed to bug him that it was there so I took it off. I care more about how he is doing with things than his ear being up I guess.porshas_momma said:Porsha is 11 weeks and has held her ears up beautifully since 6 weeks old this is day 3 now and she still has them flopped :? chis are funny dogs :wink: she looks cute with them flopped i was just worried it meant something was wrong.