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Old 07-12-2009, 07:49 PM
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Like Michael Vick? LOL no way! :P

My bf is enjoying Glacier which I like.
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here's a short list of names i thought of/ looked up...
talini=snow angel
klin=remembered snow
naklin=forgotten snow,
those are supposed to be inuit.
angel, talisman, gandolf, flurry (as in snow flurry), phantom, courage, yetti, zeus, apollo. glacier is cute too, it's kinda cool that you can call him what you want though, and change it whenever you like



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here's a short list of names i thought of/ looked up...
talini=snow angel
klin=remembered snow
naklin=forgotten snow,
those are supposed to be inuit.
angel, talisman, gandolf, flurry (as in snow flurry), phantom, courage, yetti, zeus, apollo. glacier is cute too, it's kinda cool that you can call him what you want though, and change it whenever you like
LOL my bf said "he's deaf does he need a name" haha I told him "would you not name your deaf child?" HAHAHAHA
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hahah ..."this is my dog...his name is...insert hand signal here"

You could wave and that could be his name. :P



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hahah ..."this is my dog...his name is...insert hand signal here"

You could wave and that could be his name. :P

LOL that is awesome. Made my bf laugh too haha.
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how wonderful...I hope to one day own a deaf or blind (or both!) dog... probably an aussie.

yep...its all hand signals...you will have to create a "yes!" handsignal...or use a small led flashlight (just like a clicker is used)

A vibrating collar is pretty much the standard for recalls on a deaf dog.
So we were gonna use those little red light things you tease cats with (LOL) to get him to "focus" on us or look at us, whatever you wanna call it, and that is just not going to happen. I have got to get video of this, our boys go NUTS and start running around chasing it and so does the puppy lol. It was just too funny. Now we will need to find a small strong flashlight to use haha. We should have turned it off but good grief I have never seen them like that and it reminded me of my old dachshund when I was a kid.

On the other hand, we are using the ASL signs for "toilet" (potty) which we may not need to use because he goes when he goes outside; the yes signal for yes, the finger movement for no, and a hand gesture for come. He responds well, smart lil guy.
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Practice gesture command, and when it has progressed, the incentive to spear
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