I have a 5 1/2 month old fawn boxer female. All current with shots. When she was 2 months old, she had Giardia and ear mites. They were both treated, although the Giardia left her with a weakened immune system. After this, she caught vaginitis, which took 2 different cycles of medication, and I'm not convinced its gone yet, as she still has a yellowish discharge on her little cooter, most of the time. The vet informed me that its entirely possible that there is something wrong with her reprodutive system (because of the re-occuring vaginitis). BUT it is also possible that after her first heat, things may clear right up, and the first heat is right around the corner. Oh yeah, she also has/had demodex mites. Again, believed to be caught because of the giardia-weakend immune system. She was scraped in about 15 different spots, and they found 1 mite. She was given one of those advantix tubes on her skin, and I think that solved the problem (shes stopped getting bald spots from all the scratching); although the vet told us she may need treatments for 4-6 months. BUT WHAT I'D LIKE TO KNOW IS why one of her ears has barely any life to it.....that kinda sounds funny, but I'm not sure how to describe it exactly. Her left is has gone from flat against the head to standing up more (which i believe is what happens with natural ears-not 100% on that one, shes my first boxer), BUT her right ear hasnt moved at all, and barely EVER moves. Her ears are clean and mite-free. Is this normal??? Will it eventually stand up more like the other one???? Silly question, but it concerns me.....any input would be grateful.