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Dog Training Tips: How do I train a deaf dog

When training a deaf dog, use a line, hand gestures and dog treats to communicate effectively with the dog. Train a deaf dog with tips from an experienced do … Video Rating: 5/5

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  • Hey! Thank you very much for this useful video. By the way, I hear many people keep talking about Xobodog Training (google it), but I’m not sure if it’s really good. Have you considered this dog training known as Xobodog Training? I’ve heard some great things about it.

  • Guys, do not solve your dog behavior problems are not too difficult (I always thought it did). I give you some advice right now. Find a dog training program called Xobodog Training (google). Seriously, thanks Xobodog Training I have to solve my dog’s behavior problems. I probably would not even mention that because I do a lot of other people want it running the same “game” but whatever, I’m in a good mood today, so I’ll share the wealth haha.

  • is there a way for me to get my 13 year old deaf dog training just to play? I just adopted her and im pretty sure she is deaf, she responds only when i cry or if I have loud music and she is not playful at all, im starting to think she might be busy if thats possible for her . can anyone help please?

  • I have a litter of 4 Catahoulas. one is usually white, his nose is spotted pink and black, and his eyes are bright blue. I know he’s a pretty good chance to be deaf. They are only three weeks old, there is a way to early to say whether he is deaf?

  • I have a deaf blue heeler pup named cattle, he was originally my grandfather, but started playing with him and I talk to him lol. He started following me around everywhere once I started playing with him and now hes mine are. He is super sweet and he has a very visible personality, ive never met another dog as he and I agree that the cattle makes a wonderful wonderful companion.

  • While the owners of deaf dogs must take into account the safety, dogs are not necessarily frightened by the stimuli around them. Dogs that are deaf from birth have no idea what they are “missing”. It is not difficult to train a deaf dog or a hearing dog. Both types of dogs take the same time and effort, the difference is in the way of communication.

  • thanks so much I got a deaf and had no idea how to train her

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  • I love the idea of ​​using American Sign Language with deaf dogs. Many more can be communicated with the ASL.

  • We just got a 9 week old puppy bought and she is deaf, we have found put a bell on her strap helps us find her as she hides around the side of the house.

  • thanks for subtitle on video

  • Great video but I do not like the use of the pipe. My Deaf dog learned to sit down in a week and although deaf she has learned all the commands as if a normal dog, but without the verbal sound. Iv had only Hunter for six months and she is now ready to move to obedience and agility school.

  • I have a deaf puppy named “Seal”. He is the sweetest thing! And he is very afective and obdient but I always use a leash to walk him because I was afraid. However, we bought a house with a garden – we had an apartment – so he can safely spelen.Ik know it’s stupid, but I do not think it’s stupid spoken to him. He wags when I chat with him and I think he does not understand, but he “feels” that I am happy with him. I think he’s twice as good companion.

  • thanks my dog ​​is deaf ishij lost all the time, because we can not cry for him so it is difficult

  • Thanks for the useful info. I’m on the verge of a deaf pitbull puppy, and I was curious about the techniques needed to secure him.

  • I disagree that it is difficult to train a deaf dog, and you do not have to head to use as much. It is much better to spend time teaching your dog to look at you and use lures. My dog ​​is very bright, but he is also confused when I try to physically tell him to do something, because he can not “see” what my hands questions.

  • Thank you! We just know that our new Westie puppy is deaf.

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