This is Rosie Gibb and Horus demonstrating sign language for deaf dogs. All of my future puppies will learn auditory and sign language! It is so sad when elderly dogs become deaf making communication difficult.
#7 – Time Out Symbol - Although not commonly used in dog training, you could use it for “leave-it,” “drop,” or “quiet.” The nice thing about this sign is it is clearly different from the others, making it less confusing for your dog.
This is a specially designed clicker alternative for deaf dogs or sound sensitive dogs. This is a Flicker. This light can be flashed in order to "mark" a moment in time when a dog performs a correct behavior. While deaf dogs cannot hear the sound of a click, they can still be trained using clicker training, or marker training, principles.
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