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Dogs With Disabilities

Can you train a dog with a disability?
In most cases, YES!
We have experience training dogs with deafness, blind dogs, seizure activity, lost appendages and dogs undergoing cancer treatments.

What kind of training can you do for a disable dog?
Virtually any kind of basic training is possible. In many cases, training your dog to come, sit, lay down, rollover and shake can be learned quite quickly. Deaf dogs can be taught to come, even in darkness when they can't see you!

What's the key to training a deaf dog?
The key to training a deaf or blind dog is the same as for any dog! Get the dogs attention, teach him to respond to cues, reinforce the cues!

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