How to care for my deaf dog

If you have adopted or have a deaf dog, you are giving an opportunity to an animal that deserves it, that it may be the same as another dog and that you love it, and surely because of your disability, you may have less chance of finding a home. The key with any dog ​​and also with a deaf dog is patience, but especially compression. Good communication is very important, but you should also know what types of care you should have. That is why, from .com, we are going to guide you on how to take care of my deaf dog.

Steps to follow:


The care of your dog in terms of health are the same as for all dogs. You will need your vaccinations and your regular visits to the veterinarian, as well as maintaining good hygiene and nutrition.


You should have some care on the street since your dog can not react to possible sounds that warn of danger, such as the sound of a car horn. That's why when you go out on the street with your dog, always take it tied with the leash and let it go only in spaces where there is no danger and you can control it.


Your deaf dog does not hear, but he watches a lot. Take advantage of this and create a special language to communicate with your dog. You will be surprised how quickly they will be able to understand you, yes, be patient because you will not get it overnight.


To avoid frightening when you get home, turn the lights on and off so you know you have arrived but if you are asleep do not touch him while he is sleeping as he can get scared, approach and hit the floor with his foot so that the vibrations warn him that you have arrived


The care par excellence for your deaf dog is love . The more you love him, the stronger your bond will be. Understand your situation and give you tools to communicate and strengthen your day-to-day relationship.


Reinforce the positive behaviors of your deaf dog with prizes, compliments and hugs. He also plays with him to make him an active and happy dog.


Take your deaf dog to your consultations with the veterinarian to make a good follow-up of your deafness and do not hesitate to ask any questions.