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Hope you can help me with measurements please.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Mutts, Apr 13, 2019.

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  1. Mutts

    Mutts New Member Registered

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    Hi

    I'm new on here and was hoping you could help me out. I have a product called Mutts Ear Mitts, they prevent Grass Seeds and help protect the ears after injury etc. I originally had them made for Springer and Cocker Spaniels but I'm now being asked if I do them for many other breeds.

    I know I'm being a little cheeky but I want to help as many breeds with long ears as possible. If you have a dog with long ears I was wondering if any of you would mind measuring your dog for me?

    The measurements I need are the ear from top to bottom and width, also from the top of the head just in front of the ears, around under the throat then back up to where you started. I would really appreciate your help if possible.

    Many thanks for taking the time to read this and look forward to hearing your replies.
     
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    Just tried to measure my Springer :D no way she said! She hates her ears being messed about with which wasn’t good when she had a seed in her ear...£300 later after a GA to remove seed :eek: might try later when hubby at home to hold onto her !
     
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    Oh bless her thank you for trying. The grass seed problem is exactly why I produced these, seeing how dogs suffer with them in their ears and having to have a GA is distressing for them and their owners, not to mention the cost of vets bills. If she gets too upset with her ears being touched then don't worry about trying to measure her. Many thanks for trying though.
     
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