Ears Forward

At the request of the girl’s Alpha I moved the ears on both dogs, and they do look much better. For lop-eared dogs the silky drape of the front of the ear moves in relation to the cartilage and muscles at the rear/top of the ear that straps across the back of the head. So when they “prick” their ears, the back of the ear flairs out from the head and turns forward, even though the ear remains floppy.

The faces take on a softer, nearly heart-shaped composition and brings more dimension to the head.

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