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Date Posted: 14:07:25 05/12/04 Wed
Author: pittie
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Subject: Re: deaf puppy
In reply to: joice finn 's message, "deaf puppy" on 05:08:52 12/08/03 Mon

I have a deaf pitbull (3 years old). I use a water bottle with him. He is afraid of water and this seems to be a good deterent of bad behavior. How are you communicating with her? Are you using sign language? Perhaps when she is behaving well that is the time to teach hand signals/signs that would help when she is misbehaving. EX sit, bad, no Just some thoughts hope it helps.

>i have a deaf puppy and i am having alot of trouble
>with her behavior. i think i may have spoiled her and
>now i am having to live with the consequences. how do
>you correct a deaf dog. i dont believe in hitting and
>on the few occasions where i have tried to give her a
>little hit on the nose or hip as a correction she
>didnt have a clue what it was all about. i have 5
>other dogs and she is the absolute worst puppy i have
>ever had. she really is in her own little world and
>just as happy as she can be. she is getting more and
>more destructive as she gets older. she really is a
>wild child. any advice...i wont consider getting rid
>of her, or tieing her up

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  • Re: deaf puppy -- Kristin, 19:24:45 05/12/04 Wed

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