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10 Handy Hand Signals for Deaf Dogs

Written by: Scott H
Scott Haiduc is the Director of Publishing for iHeartDogs, iHeartCats and The Hero Company. When not working, Scott spends his time on the farm, taking care of his animals and crops.Read more
| Published on September 27, 2014

#8 – Hand Out

This is usually used as a cue to get your dog to “shake” or “high-five.” However, for a deaf dog, you may use it to mean “come to me” or “bring me your toy” as well.


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