@gobronco I'll respond more late don't have much time right now but 1 very important thing I forgot to mention is for the first 2 weeks or so walk up behind her so she doesn't see you and grab her collar, then give her a treat or just use part of her kibble. You can even give her up to half of her food this way. Do this several time a day every single day. Grab her collar, pet her back, gently tug her tail nub, just any sort of plesant unexpected touching. Have everyone in your house do this, if you have company come over, have them do it. Over and over and over. After a couple weeks you can cut it down a bit but still do it at least once or twice a day. This will prevent her from fear biting in the future and is VERY VERY important as deaf dogs can be a little jumpy.
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