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25 Responses to Deaf Dog Training w/ Dogtra Pager American Bulldog

  • Stephene Ortega says:

    I have a 3 month old deaf boxer who is learning sign language from me but I
    would love to have the collar, where can I get one?

  • Karli Madgett says:

    Omg this is amazing!! Never heard of a vibrating collar how do you get him
    to look at you once the collar is paged?

  • Randolph Newman says:

    are you near west palm florida?

  • Mike Rankhorn says:

    I have an AMERICAN BULL DOG, she is three months old. I have discovered
    that she can’t hear. I would like to get some information on how she can
    train me to communicate with her. Thanks in advance for your help. 

  • Mike Rankhorn says:

    I have an AMERICAN BULL DOG, she is three months old. I have discovered
    that she can’t hear. I would like to get some information on how she can
    train me to communicate with her. Thanks in advance for your help. 

  • ronald braxton says:

    great video….thanks…do you know any good trainers in the northern
    California area?

  • Rebecca Castillo says:

    THANK YOU – I have just adopted a senior dog, who is deaf and had no
    training. This video has made me feel a lot more comfortable in knowing I
    can give him the best home possible.

  • kiwipup08 says:

    thanks for your great videos! It’s wonderful to see how responsive Romeo is
    to the vibrating collar. I’ve debated getting one for my deaf Aussie, and
    you’ve just sold me. One question — you’re using the vibrate as you’re
    working with Romeo a lot more than I’ve imagined using it (I guess I’d just
    envisioned using it as “come”) — it seems like it’s not so much a command
    as it is a way of keeping his attention. Would you agree with this?

  • Reaperpilot2014 says:

    @panzertoo Good to know, we’ll get the 300 Element then. Also was able to
    find the ebook on your website. Payment will show up under pianoboy121.
    Thanks!

  • C501TA says:

    I just found your videos and plan to watch all of them. We foster dogs for
    Tiny Paws Dog Rescue and we just took (2 days ago) in a little double
    dapple Dachshund (now named Casper) who was going to be put down because of
    his deafness (He was renamed Casper as he only had a ghost of a chance to
    be saved). I am normally the one who takes in “Aggressive” or “Problem”
    dogs to socialize and/or re-educate them, but this is a first for me.

  • Jessica Delos says:

    Romeo is a good dog! Very cool video all dog need love!

  • panzertoo says:

    @shellest00 Hi Dasha do you have a dogtra collar?

  • panzertoo says:

    well its a replacement for the command so in situatians where there are
    distractions you use it more I am going to try and make a playlist of all
    the Romeo videos……….let me know iof we can help you!!

  • Lorraine Chatham says:

    Romeo is terrific!!! He is a very special and smart dog!!! Love your video
    and that you are helping others with deaf dogs.

  • panzertoo says:

    @jekari0 oh great! we have several videos on deaf dog training! let us know
    if you need help!

  • Mickisha08 says:

    Excellent love it and you gave me a few tips for my dog who is deaf. I
    think i will give the collar a try but i dont know how to get hold of one

  • Shelly Shellest says:

    @panzertoo No. Im planning to buy IQ Dogtra Collar today.

  • Reaperpilot2014 says:

    My wife and I recently brought home a deaf grayhound. She is doing okay
    with a few basic hand signals, but we would like to get a vibrator collar
    to aid in training and recall. Are there any collars that you would
    recommend for this size of dog? We’ve been looking at Dogtra 1900 NCP.
    Thank you for posting this video, we’ve had a hard time finding information.

  • Jeanelle092398 says:

    @amywalkerartist Well you could of said that at first, so we’d know the
    full details. 😡

  • pittielove says:

    I notice you’re not using varying cues with the collar; are you just using
    it to get his attention? ie; collar means “look at me” kind of thing, and
    then you give him the cue?

  • OnyxEmpress says:

    @UnIngerPierdut Your English is fine!! =) it’s better than my ‘European’
    hahaha!

  • panzertoo says:

    @pedromauricio email me through the website I will send the info!

  • panzertoo says:

    oh thanks! there are enviromentall cuases for deafness I have not heard of
    surgery causing it but I guess its possible

  • Rosy Milazzo-Kirby says:

    i need this for my deaf dog who is outta control!!!

  • panzertoo says:

    @pedromauricio Hi Pedro You should get my ebook and the pager collar! we
    will help you get her trained!

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