training the deaf dog

training the deaf dog

Lately I've been getting so many questions on our Deaf Dogs Rock Facebook page asking about how to tell or train a deaf puppy “no”, “sit” or “laydown”.
So this is great training for deaf and hearing dogs alike. Remember all dogs are visual and they watch and respond to our body language very carefully. Your first goal is to get your dog to pay attention and eye contact is key. 1. Make sure you start with a high value treat.
But as humans, we often rely on sound while training our dogs. So what if your dog is deaf? Dogs experience the world through their nose first, then eyes, then .
The idea of owning a deaf dog is very frightening to some. The idea of training said dog can be even more terrifying to a new owner. The fact that your dog can't  .
Training a dog who is deaf can be even more challenging. They can do all the same activities a hearing dog can do; the training just needs some modification to  .
WebMD discusses how you can train and communicate with a deaf dog using hand signals and lists breeds most prone to deafness.

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