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Date Posted: 03:12:50 11/29/09 Sun
Author: Kendra
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Subject: newly adopted australian sheperd

Today I finalized my adoption of an adorable, deaf, Australian Sheperd puppy, and though I am excited I could really use some advice. I have the time and dedication to train little Jasper, but I think I may be lacking in know how. First, what is the best way to teach your dog to look and focus on you? Second, I know that Australian's love and need lots of socialization, but is it a mistake to do this with dogs who are not well trained? I don't want him picking up any bad habits =). Third, outside of stable communication with your dog what are some benefits of teaching them to understand ASL? Any other comments or advice is welcome and appreciated!

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