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Date Posted: 07:35:02 05/13/04 Thu
Author: Beth
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Subject: Re: New Deaf Dog
In reply to: Noofies 's message, "Re: New Deaf Dog" on 19:34:51 05/06/04 Thu

I am going to try the flashlight idea. Tried a laser pointer but its too late for that because we have already played chase the laser light so he is not going to take that seriously now.
He is coming along GREAT and learning so fast.
Currently my biggest problem is crate training but its not even a huge problem.
Thanks for the advice everyone.

>Some deaf dogs are obsessed with lights. With three
>of mine I can use a little squeeze keychain flashlight
>as a "clicker", but the 4th dog would try to attack it.
>>I also have used a flashlight with a blue light as his
>>"clicker." That has worked quite well.

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