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    Re: New member - deaf puppy

    So adorable - I love those Frenchie zooms and the cat that pops out from behind the door. LOve it - thanks for sharing!
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    Re: New member - deaf puppy

    Quote Originally Posted by Miszczak View Post
    Lol. Lol.. so much entertainment!

    Love the color of your walls


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    [QUOTE=2bullymama;67218]Lol. Lol.. so much entertainment!

    Love the color of your walls


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    Thank you .

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    Quote Originally Posted by FroxerMom View Post
    So adorable - I love those Frenchie zooms and the cat that pops out from behind the door. LOve it - thanks for sharing!
    LOL
    Cat could be the scene stealer here

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    Helen's first spring and she is having a wonderful time out there walking . She loves to walk and is a very fast and disciplined walker, so that suits us fine . I use a shoulder harness not a neck collar. I will post a video of her walking against fences and walls with it , shes hilarious with it on even though it doesn't hurt her at all .

    We have also had to rescue a 7 year old doberman and they are now friends as well.-20190424_080317-jpg

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    My 4 year old, Yuki, was also born deaf. We have our own signs for communicating and he is super smart so he caught on very fast. It was amazing. I started socializing him very early. He has a huge personality and is very vocal! The only time I notice he's deaf is on 4th of July with all the fireworks and dogs barking...and my little Yuki is sound asleep! LOL!! It is so nice you have help from your Boxer/Pug. She is adorable. I know what you mean about the peripheral vision...I was amazed how good Yuki's vision is especially at night!!

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    Re: New member - deaf puppy

    Quote Originally Posted by Miszczak View Post
    Helen's first spring and she is having a wonderful time out there walking . She loves to walk and is a very fast and disciplined walker, so that suits us fine . I use a shoulder harness not a neck collar. I will post a video of her walking against fences and walls with it , shes hilarious with it on even though it doesn't hurt her at all .

    We have also had to rescue a 7 year old doberman and they are now friends as well.-20190424_080317-jpg
    Look at that smile!!


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    Holy Mackeral the Bruins are playing good


    I have a question about French Bulldogs female shaved hair and regrowth . Helen had her surgery in late February of 19

    I've phoned the veterinarian inquiring on its growth but they shrugged it off with no concern. Is this common for the breed to have slow hair growth after spaying

    Helen is 7 months old now


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    Quote Originally Posted by Miszczak View Post
    Holy Mackeral the Bruins are playing good


    I have a question about French Bulldogs female shaved hair and regrowth . Helen had her surgery in late February of 19

    I've phoned the veterinarian inquiring on its growth but they shrugged it off with no concern. Is this common for the breed to have slow hair growth after spaying

    Helen is 7 months old now


    -20190512_160049-jpg
    When my bulldog had his surgeries, it took up to three months for the fur to return. My groomer said scratching/rubbing the area in opposite direction of growth to help stimulate the follicles. Not sure if it really worked, but I did try it


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    Ok thanks so much

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    Re: New member - deaf puppy

    Loved to hear this story! Would like some tips on adding a deaf puppy to the family. We have a 2 year old boy, we taught him basic commands and he is very well behaved and social. But we are still quite scared of the challenge and how it might change Yoda's routine! Could you send me some tips? Thank you!

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