Here at mind your manners we specialize in Deaf dog training, We believe our hearing impaired friend should enjoy and live a life of fun and happiness.
If your dog has lost his hearing due to age or illness or was simply born without this particular sense, he deserves to live his best life. That's where we come in, here at Mind Your Manners in a deaf dog getting training is key to giving them the best life possible! Communicating with and training a deaf dog shouldn't be any more complicated than with a hearing dog. We will train your dog and then show you how in this comprehensive guide.Deafness in dogs does not limit their cognitive, emotional, or social abilities. In addition to their keen sense of smell, good eyesight, and other skills, dogs have complex and varied body language, including many postures, actions, and facial expressions. Moreover, when properly stimulated, deaf dogs can develop a better sense of sight and smell, compensating to some extent for their hearing loss.
Communicating with a deaf dog might sound complicated and overwhelming, and because of this, sadly, many deaf dogs are euthanized at birth. However, deaf dogs can have equally productive and enjoyable lives as those who can hear, and it only requires a limited amount of modifications on the parent's part. If your dog has lost hearing, we will teach you ways to communicate with them besides verbal cues. We will train your dog and treach you
When a pup is born deaf, it is considered congenital deafness. This isn't something the dog gradually developed or is caused due to (for example) a chronic ear infection; this is when they have been deaf since birth. Some breeds have higher chances of congenital deafness than others.
The Dalmatian has a 30 percent chance of being born deaf in either one ear or in both ears, which is very high.
Not only Dalmatians are more likely to be born deaf, but other breeds such as:
Australian Cattle Dogs
These breeds also have a higher number of incidents of deafness. However, researchers aren't exactly sure what causes congenital deafness and why some dogs are more likely to be born with it. Scientists assume that the lack of pigment cells in white dogs causes impaired hearing.
A hearing-impaired best bud needs just as much physical and mental exercise—and love—as any other. So give your dog enrichment opportunities and chances to walk, sniff, and use all of their talents.
Deaf dogs can have extraordinary lives and are just as able to communicate with us as non-deaf dogs; they simply have a slightly different way of getting there. thats where Mind Your Manners Comes In, we will make sure you are well-informed about how best to approach deaf dogs and will train your dog to communicate with us, we can develop the best possible relationship with them.
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Cost of our Deaf Dog Board & Train Program- $2800.00
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