Basset Hounds are known for their long, droopy ears that frame their sad puppy dog eyes. Their ears sweep the ground when they lean down to sniff.
Bloodhounds have some of the longest, droopiest ears that help sweep scents into their nose when tracking.
Cocker Spaniels have silky, feathered ears that frame their sweet faces. Their long ears bounce and flutter as they play.
Beagles have soft, velvety ears that dangle down the sides of their head. Their long ears help stir up scents when hunting.
The Bolognese is a toy dog breed with a cloud of white fur and long, cottony ears trailing down. They look like stuffed animals.
Afghan Hounds have elegant, silky ears that flow alongside their long coats. Their regal ears frame their foxy faces.
English Cocker Spaniels have luscious feathered ears that blend into theirfuzzy faces. Their ears dance as they trot along happily.