Amputation of an ear is a rare injury. Subsequent replantation is a challenging and very difficult task for an experienced micro-surgeon. Every well described successful replantation of an ear is a valuable lesson for a micro-surgeon mainly because securing the venous drainage of the replanted ear is very difficult. In the worldwide medical literature, only a minimal amount of cases have described a successful replantation of an ear after total amputation on a child. The authors describe the whole treatment process for a seven-year old boy whose ear was bitten off by a dog. They also describe their procedures which led to a successful outcome.