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Mar 05, 2008 23:51 |  #1

Introducing Canon (Ebon's Hit Me With Your Best Shot). Canon is a 3 month old Great Dane puppy and the culmination of almost 20 years of breeding and showing Great Danes. Having lost his daddy on New Year's Eve, he is my heart and my universe.

Taken with my new 40D and my new Tamron 17-50mm.

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Mar 06, 2008 06:25 |  #2

aww, what a cutie. nice capture


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Mar 06, 2008 06:34 |  #3

Handsome young fellow.... I hope he does well for you. :)




  
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Mar 06, 2008 07:35 |  #4

whats with his ears being tied up ?


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Mar 06, 2008 09:14 |  #5

Roy - Canon is up in corks and stays to train his ears to stand.


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Mar 06, 2008 09:34 |  #6

He kinda looks sad, but to me the Great Dane has a way of looking sad, I think to fool you. A very nice image. Hope he keeps you smiling! Thanks for sharing.


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Mar 06, 2008 11:05 |  #7

Trust me, Canon's not sad in this pic. Right after I snapped the shutter, he leaped up at the camera, twirled around and grabbed my pant leg. He's a very happy, bubbly boy, much to his gramma Cleo's dismay, who has taken to wrinkling up her nose if he even looks like he might come over and disturb her relaxation.


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Mar 06, 2008 11:17 as a reply to  @ ebondanes's post |  #8

verrrrry cute puppy. You said his ears are up in corks, does that mean you cut them first (well a vet obviously) and then did that or you didn't need to cut them and they just eventually stay up? sorry if that is confusing I was just curious how it was done
By the way, you are so lucky to have these great dogs, i've been wanting one forever!




  
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Mar 06, 2008 11:55 |  #9

The ears are cropped at 8 weeks. For about 2 weeks they have styrofoam cups stacked on their head while the ears heal. Then they are put up in corks and stay. The corks and stays get changed about once a week until the ears finally stand.

You would never be able to stand up uncropped ears on a Dane, or any other cropped breed for that matter.

I live with 4 of them and I wouldn't have it any other way. They are marvelous creatures.


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Mar 06, 2008 11:58 as a reply to  @ ebondanes's post |  #10

o yah i guess you really wouldn't ever be able to do it without cropping them first....lol duh, dumb moment for me
Anyways, I looked at your other dogs in other threads and you have some nice looking animals




  
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Mar 06, 2008 12:09 |  #11

great looking pup.. we just got a used dog (pound puppy) shes great but extremely vicious and way over protective of my wife and i.. but shes great with us. we have 3 meetings with trainers who say they can fix this problem for us... im not so sure its something that can be "fixed" but she is a beuty.. shes a white Aussie Shephard and because she's white, she's also deaf. good luck with Canon, im sure he's gonna be thrilled in his new home!


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Mar 06, 2008 12:45 |  #12

He is a handsome devil...


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