Dog Training Tips : How Do I Train a Deaf Dog

When training a deaf dog, use a leash, hand signals and dog treats to effectively communicate with the dog. Train a deaf dog with tips from an experienced dog trainer in this free video on dog obedience. Expert: Ty Brown Contact: www.communicanine.net Bio: Ty Brown has been a dog trainer for over 10 years. Filmmaker: Michael Burton

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16 Responses

  1. Godwin barnett
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    Guys, solve your dog behavior problems does not need to be difficult (I used to think it did). I’ll give you some advice right now. Search a dog training program called Xobodog Training (google it). Seriously, thanks to Xobodog Training I have solve my dog behavior problems. I probably shouldn’t even be mentioning it cause I do not want a bunch of other folks out there running the same “game” but whatever, I’m in a good mood today so I’ll share the wealth haha.

  2. NYHCMONSTER
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    is there a way for me to train my 13 year old deaf dog just to play? i just adopted her and im pretty sure she is deaf, she responds only if i yell or if i have loud music and she is not playful at all, im starting to think that she might be depress if thats possible for her. can anyone help please?

  3. CherryFlavoredDeathX
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    I have a litter of 4 catahoulas. one is mostly white, his nose is spotted pink and black, and his eyes are bright blue. I know he has a pretty good chance of being deaf. They’re only three weeks old is there a way to tell this early on if he is deaf?

  4. WikkedWolfey
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    I have a deaf blue heeler pup named cattle, he was originally my grandpas but a started playing with him and i talk to him too lol. He started following me around everywhere once i started playing with him and now hes become mine. He’s super sweet and he has a very visible personality, ive never met another dog like him and i agree that Cattle makes a wonderfully awesome companion.

  5. RococoRissa
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    While owners of deaf dogs need to take safety into consideration, dogs aren’t necessarily scared by the stimuli around them. Dogs that are deaf from birth have no idea what they’re “missing”. It is no more difficult to train a deaf dog than a hearing dog. Both types of dogs take the same time and commitment, the difference lies in the mode of communication.

  6. The123coolboys
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    thanks so much I got a deaf and had no Idea how to train her

  7. celineharuka
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    disabledanimal has adoptions, help and the ability to list disabled animals – it’s for those who have a soft spot in their hearts for these precious ones that are blind, deaf, paralyzed, etc. :)

  8. zdeaf
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    I like the idea of using American Sign Language with Deaf Dogs. A lot more can be communicated with ASL.

  9. mistressjazz
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    We have just bought a 9 week old puppy and she is deaf also, we have found putting a bell on her leash helps us find her when she hides around the side of the house.

  10. bestamerica
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    thank for closed captioned on video

  11. Mickisha08
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    Great video however i don’t like the use of the lead. My deaf dog learnt to sit and down in one week and although deaf she has been taught all commands as if she was a normal dog but without the verbal sound. Iv only had Hunter for six months and she is now ready to move onto obedience and agility school.

  12. kotonete83
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    I have a deaf puppy called “Seal”. He is the sweetest thing! And he is very afective and obdient but I ALWAYS use a leash to walk him because I get scared. However, we bought a house with a garden – we had an appartment – so that he can play safely.
    I know it´s silly, but I don´t think it´s stupid speaking to him. He wags his tail when I chat to him and I think he don´t understand, but he “feels” that I am happy with him. I think he makes a twice as good companion.

  13. 67845connor
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    thanks my dog is deaf
    he gets lost all the time because we cant yell for him so its hard

  14. Bamorama
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    Thanks for the helpful info. I am about to adopt a deaf pitbull puppy and I was curious about the techniques necessary to keep him safe.

  15. dollyanna21
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    I disagree that it is difficult to train a deaf dog, and you don’t need to use the lead so much. It is much better to spend the time teaching your dog to watch you and use lures. My dog is very bright but he gets too confused if i try to physically tell him to do something because he can’t “see” what my hands are asking.

  16. jsc514
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    Thank you! We are just realizing that our new Westie pup is deaf.

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