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Based on what you are saying, those are the signs of old age, unless the dog got them..

Short term solution is to put the foam back in as best u can, and either glue or duct tape the covering back in place.

If you use the duct tape, be sure to not to cover the area where the sound comes from when you repair them.

The duct tape will not affect the comfort factor if applied smoothly and wrinkle free,

Long term solution is to replace the ones you have.

Check around for pricing.

If your sound equipment is fairly new, wireless headphones are an option.

Happy listening.

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