Great Dane Ear Cropping: 3 Cons And 2 Pros

Unnecessary Pain

Even if the cropping procedure is done by a vet, under anesthesia, this does not mean that your Great Dane dog will be pain free.

Long Healing Period

With most Great Dane dogs, the healing process after surgery will last from four to six weeks.

Post-procedure Complications

Some of the postoperative complications that can occur after the Great Dane ear cropping process include bleeding and wound infection.

Preventing Ear Infections

This benefit often appears as the first and most important benefit of ear cropping in dogs, but we still cannot consider it fully confirmed and adopted.

A More Alert Look

A Great Dane’s cropped ears will make this dog look more dangerous, and thus, better for the task of being a guard dog.