The ears should be set on high, and, in repose, folded back like the Greyhound's, though raised above the head in excitement without losing the fold, and even in some cases semi-erect. A prick ear is bad. A big thick ear hanging flat to the head, or heavily...
A History and Description of the Modern Dogs of Great Britain and Ireland ... - Side 214
av Rawdon Briggs Lee - 1897
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