I have had only one pup who had one "lazy" ear which would stand up but then "go lazy" again at 6 months old - then I started to worry about it but didn't know what to do, having never EVER had this problem before - this pup is a BIG pup with HUGE ears, big, tall and heavy. The base was up, but there was a crease which didn't seem to be hardening. Afraid that it would be permanently damaged by flopping over, I asked around for different methods of "posting" it. The roll/tape method made the inside of her ear very sore, and worse because she then would shake her head and hold that ear down and back, not helping at all. The moleskin I could not get to stick well - even with inside of her ears shaved, she would just shake that right out immediately. Someone told me to glue her ears together - after trying every brand of glue on the market ("skin or surgical" glue was recommended but would not hold) - I used Krazy glue, which worked perfectly. On direction, I put a little Krazy/Super glue on the outside edge of her ear, the edge closest to her other ear. Then glued both ears together, along the edge of both ears. I glued to the hair, so the glue would not actually touch her skin. This worked perfectly - ears were upright, though stuck together on the top of her head, and the "stick" lasted several days at a time before I would have to re-do it. Yes she lost the hair on the outside edges of her ears, but now her ears are up perfectly and the hair is growing back. Good luck!