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Ok so a couple things..BEFORE YOU WATCH THE VIDEOS:
1. know that my house is all tile so things echo and are louder
2. my dogs are loud!
3. Glacier is deaf and even louder!

So in other words make sure you start off with a low volume then slowly increase it if you can't hear the barking :)

Kind of shows how big Glacier
Gonna try and download this stuff up to youtube and see if gives better quality.



 

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If he hears anything its gotta be very very very low or very very very high. He doesn't even react to the sound of food, it takes a min or so for him to smell it to react. We have tile so sound vibrations are easily detects as well. I am trying to think of things that are high pitched and low pitched that we have around the house to test it. If I clap, he does not react. If the dogs bark a couple times he will react.
 

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My parent's dog went deaf-(she has no ear drums anymore) and she moves her ears sometimes too-It's funny, they still bark and vocalize though!

CUTE videos!! OK-spill-FOUR doggies? Did I count right?
 

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Yea I got 5 pups but only 3 are big, 2 are tiny lol so I think they equal out weight wise Crio ;)
 
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