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Hand Indicators for Deaf Pet dogs



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This online video evaluations some typical hand alerts for instruction deaf canine.

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  1. Very clever šŸ‘

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  2. Thank you for this video. My paralyzed brother's untrained deaf dog (maybe 10 years old) just came to live with me this week. My brother just lost his home health care worker to a stroke, and now must live in a long-term health facility. It's a terribly difficult time for all of us. I promised him that I would keep her (along with my own 3) so my brother isn't losing everything and so she can visit him in the facility. These simple signs are wonderful and will be easy for my whole family to learn. I'm going to start with watch me. Thanks again.

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  3. thanks for this video I have a 3 month deaf great dane and these are really simple even for me to learn. Wish me luck

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  4. Whot is a saint for letter "B" ?

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing this video! I'm in chronic pain, a disabled veteran with memory issues and these are easy to learn & retain. I'm a furry foster mom for Coastal Boxer Rescue (CBR). I have one boxer & one American bulldog (both rescued) in addition to my three cats (who think they're dogs & have sneaky meetings). About a month ago (around the 4th of July) a toddler boxer was found limping in a vacant lot in Miami. The MDAS picked her up, kept her in an outside, chains link fence enclosure, with a concrete floor, for a week or so waiting for her owners and no treatment for her leg. Luckily someone at MDAS notified CBR of her presence so we could pick her up when it was time. It was then that I was asked to foster her and I hopefully accepted. The day she was picked up in Miami she was driven to Melbourne to see the vet. She was sick with kennel cough and needed hip surgery. I, on the other hand, began searching dog sign language on YouTube and was overwhelmed by the first few videos I watched. Way too many signs and a special one to make the dog poop in a certain spot?. By the time I found our video I was terrified I would not be able to communicate with this furry. I started to cry when it was over. Taking deep breaths, telling myself, 'I can learn this. My whole family can learn this.' The CBR did the required hip surgery about a week ago. Saturday, Lady Liberty, came home. She's tiny, a baby, soft fur, solid white except one brindle eye patch, with black spots on her skin from head to toe, malnourished to a point it makes me cry. Thank you for helping a deaf puppy communicate.

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  6. This is so much better than any other video. I'm a fur-foster mom and will soon have a deaf puppy who is recovering from hip surgery – looks like she was hit by a car & her owners left her to die – yeah, I'm mad about it but when this sweet girl arrives we want to give her the best chance at finding a fur-ever home. Thank you.

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  7. This is a simple and great video. Ā I've always taught my dogs both verbal and visual signs so that in the event they lost their hearing, or couldn't hear me, they would already know sign. Ā Thanks for the video.

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  8. Brilliant! Thank you, we just adopted a sweet deaf girl and will begin training today.

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  9. Love this. Adopting my deaf boxer this weekend. This was so helpful!!!

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  10. Very helpful!

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