Wibble is very good natured and often used for student practice of various bandaging techniques, much better than a doll. I managed to get some photos of her in "model mode". Bandaging is generally done by nurses vets tends to mess up they are always in a rush.
First fold the ear over the head and pad it, making sure your wound is covered by melolin or whatever dressing you want.
Then apply the first layer make sure it is not to tight especailly under the throat.
Then your next layer anchored nicely round the other ear
Finally your last layer
Now get a pen and write do not cut and a shape of the ear. Ears have been removed by people cutting through what they thought was just bandages.
Check the tightness at every stage so the patient can breath then step back and admire your work... and write in that warning!!!