I have never personally had one, but there was one in a puppy obedience class that I went to one time. The trainer was really good with her on teaching the puppy hand signals, instead of voice commands. It was very informative to watch.
Animals, what animals? My children just have alot of hair!
I have an English Bully who is blind in one eye and deaf in both ears. But, he's 11 years old. He knows where his food, water and bed are and he knows where his toys are and we play with him like he has no problems. However, his deafness is due to age so that makes a difference.
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The dog or puppy, I should say, is around 1 year of age and the breed is American pitbull. I was thinking of fostering him, but wanted to learn as much about training a deaf dog as possible. I know we could do it, just wanted to see if any others had good stories. Thanks for the inputs.
I know of people who have owned deaf Aussies, and did excellent with them. One of my own pups went deaf when we did a mistake breeding. I didn't know my girl was a phantom blue Merle(no Merle spots). That family loved him to death, and found a good trainer that did hand signals.
Most deaf dogs (aussie experience), can feel vibrations, so getting their attention can sometimes be as easy as stomping on the floor. The only big issue I see is disturbing or startling them. They can nip just because they have been startled.
i think you does not take care of it carefully check by your vet if you can not handle this than contact your pet trainer....i recommend you study about your dog profile through internet and find out your dog problems.....