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Old 09-18-2009, 11:14 AM
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Ohh ohhh ohhh!! *raises hand*

Which one of your dog's is deaf and was he born that way? Do you do anything special for him to cope day to day?
Our family dog Mandy went deaf last year after radiation and we can tell it's upsetting her-we're considering a vibrating collar to help her interact and relearn 'come' and things like that-what do you think?
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Ohh ohhh ohhh!! *raises hand*

Which one of your dog's is deaf and was he born that way? Do you do anything special for him to cope day to day?
Our family dog Mandy went deaf last year after radiation and we can tell it's upsetting her-we're considering a vibrating collar to help her interact and relearn 'come' and things like that-what do you think?
He was born deaf, the white American Pit Bull Terrier

We are planning to get a vcollar to teach him recall.

I am not quite sure there is much to do to help them cope, if they go deaf randomly I can see that being traumatizing. I think just showing her its ok and not babying her too much will help
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Thanks -let me know if you get the vcollar and how it goes

Is it common for white american pbt to be deaf?
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It is very common! Same with white boxers. They also burn easily.
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I will have to try and get a pic or vid of Tinkerbell's "sit" and Wendy's "down" they wont go all the way down on the tile and Tinks doesn't sit on her butt, she sits on her side/thigh/hip whatever you wanna call it haha. It took FOREVER to get her to do that on tile.
i love this sort of thing, it is sooo funny. i could never compete in any sort of obediance competition....when you ask clover to "down" from a "sit", he'll just lay down like normal, but if i ask him to do it from a "stand" he puts his head down first and then just flops his butt down....it is soo funny! you should see him when i ask him to "sit" in the lake.....



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