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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

6/4/2013 8:55:07 PM

Good information, thanks

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Courtney   Hamburg, AR

7/21/2011 2:33:48 PM

I have a deaf dog, he is outside, his sister keeps and eye out for him. If he is asleeep and we come home she wakes him up. He is very well mannered and a lot more obediant than my other two. hahaha. He is the best.

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Robyn Marshall   Keizer, OR

4/17/2011 8:04:08 PM

I have a 12 year old chihuaua boxer mix who lost her hearing about a couple years ago. I am looking for a vest similar to a service vest for her to wear. we have 3 other dogs and she likes to go for walks and to petsmart with us. People have a tendency to wlk up to her as if she can hear.

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Laura   Anderson, IN

12/29/2010 7:53:04 PM

Good article. Information regarding deaf dogs is very difficult to find. My deaf pit bull, Gracie, is five years old now and I had zero information to go on when I adopted her. We've learned it on our own. We're about to adopt our second deaf baby soon and I was browsing for any info I've not figured out by myself. Hand signals, facial expressions, being gentle and never startling is the key. They CAN be trained! Good luck!

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Kay   Memphis, TN

10/13/2010 8:06:50 AM

Knowing Patricia and her deaf Dalmatian therapy dogs, she started training when they were puppies, not to startle from behind.

I have seen these girls in action and it is a sight to see! My son loved their Fire Safety Program.

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Patricia   Grand Junction, TN

10/1/2010 4:19:46 PM

http://tnsafetyspotters.org
correction from previous comment

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Patricia   Grand Junction, TN

10/1/2010 4:17:07 PM

http://tnsafetyspotters.org/index.html


Read about these dogs teaching in
schools.
The possibilities are endless if they find the right owner.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

11/8/2009 6:13:19 AM

good article thanks

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