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    Your Max is a handsome boy. I have not had a deaf Bulldog, but my Mack acted like he was when it suited him!

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    Oh my gosh! That is absolutely endearing. Part of me wonders if this is a complete and total gift for you.

    I know that sounds like a strange thing to say, but that would encourage a bulldog to look at you more, and you would have his attention WAY more than I have Remi's. Do you find that's true?

    And bulldogs are so clever, they are awesome at hand movements.



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    Max is a handsome fella!

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    Someone else on here was talking about their deaf dog.....fairly recently too. I am white bully crazy these days....I don't know what's wrong with me - but I swear to god, if I could come thru the computer and squish that big white face and smooch on it, I would. What's a sweetie pie!

    I would imagine that the bond between dog and human is far more intuitive....their other senses will be turned on "high" all the time. Do you find that's true?

    Since dogs view their world "Nose, eyes, then ears", it's probably not that bad of a handicap. Dogs are so adaptable.

    How long have you had your pup? What training have you done differently? Any suggestions for others with deaf dogs?

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    There was someone talking about their bully and how they used hand signs for all the communications
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    Mila our "Crazy Little White Dog" is deaf. Happiest little dog on the planet. she brings a lot of joy, and expletives that she can't hear, to Our lives . @dozersmama if I remember correctly, has a lot of experience with deaf dogs. Hand signals, tap on the butt and turning lights on and off are some of the ways we communicate with her. Just like other bulldogs, food works well too.

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    Mila is deaf. We haven't told her so she is perfectly happy. She is the little white one in my picture.

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    Your baby is very pretty. How do you keep his face so white, and it really is very white and with no tear stains as well. I had to look twice because I am so use to seeing the tear stains or a really red white face.

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    He's a handsome fella to be sure!

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    Thank you!
    I use only filtered water. To be honest I double filter it. There is a lot of iron in our town water so after it goes through the filtration system on our sink, I pass it through a Brita system. It's worth the effort.
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    They are both beautiful.
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    Thank you! That's a great outfit Princess Grace is wearing. Adorable.
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