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My Dexter is 10 weeks and 5 days and his ears was up by the time I picked him up at eight weeks.
I was told by the breeder that if you put rubber band around his ears to help it stay up.
She said its just the muscle that they need to practice and train with.
I have also just put up about the bow legs
Does your boy have a bow on the front of his legs at all.
It seems it happens when he has had too much play or when hes eating !!
I most certainly would not use rubber bands, do you remember putting them on your fingers when you were kids? if not try it, it stops the blood circulation and I cannot see what good that would do to be honest.