First of all ALAUREANO you need to turn CAPS off. Was the pup named before you got him? Has the name been changed? It takes a few weeks for a pup to learn their name and respond to it. If the name has been changed it may take longer. If he is responding to noise in general he is not deaf, he just doesnt know his name yet. Make sure you say his name frequently and directly to him and praise him with kind words or treats when he does respond. Dogs can be like kids, they hear what they want and respond when they want. Be patient and good luck.
Now for my screen name and what it means.............. GB is a nickname given to me MANY years ago meaning Ghetto Booty, my hubby and I have our own business which is One Stop Hair Care and Auto Repair. Ghetto Booty at 1 Stop
Sorry Allie I forgot to tell you her breed. She is a Brittany. My husband has three Brittany's and I have one Pembroke welsh Corgi. Back home with my mom I have a German Shepherd, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, a Cardigan Welsh Corgi, and a lab/shep cross. All of these ones (but the Pembroke) are rescues.
Well, Frosty is my dog, and I'm a girl, so I'm FrostyGirl. On other forums I am MaterialGirl (because I AM the material girl), Dizzy (Nickname for yahoo people), Furkid (my forum name), and Coconut (my other dog's name).
Shinyblackpit because that is what most people would say if they looked at a picture of my pit bull, Missy. She is actually black with a brindle undercoat, but from a distance she just looks shiny and black.
Mine is my middle name and the street I live on. Paige and Beverly. I didn't think it sounded too bad. Than my husband friend told me that if I was a XXX star that would be my screen name because thats one way they make up their names. Did that make sense to anyone? Or did I just even confuse myself? I have never heard that until he brought it up. Kim Oscars pics http://www.dogster.com/?50558
Alex is my Chow Chow mix and Kai is my American Eskimo puppy....I put their names in caps and separated them with a small "n" so you can read it. Otherwise it sounds like a German word for a car! ~Karen~