Originally Posted by Xandra
Probably depends on the crop, too. In the case of the Doberman, with those long elegant ears, I imagine it takes a certain amount of skill to get the shape bang on.
Now for instance, a short pit bull crop might not be so tricky.
This is true IMO..........when I think of 'more difficult' crops, I think Danes, Dobes, and boxers. Not only do they need a good cut, they need plenty of after care for MONTHS of taping to get the crop to stand PROPERLY..........not just stand mind you, it has to stand right, LOL
The shorter the crop, the more 'bell' (lower part of the ear that swells out) is there, the easier it is. Depending how short or how much bell, they won't need much care after the stitches are out.