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danielhyslop2008
20:59:06 Tue
May 20 2008

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hi there, i am looking for some information, i have a 1 year 2 month old male, white deaf boxer, and am finding that he is be coming very submisif with my self and othere dogs, as he seems to think all dogs are going to play. is this just a thing deaf white boxers go though, or do they grow out of it!

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:hello::hello:

I have replied on your other post saying that, of all the deaf boxers I have met or know about, I haven't known one to be that submissive, quite the opposite in fact.

I think it is down to the individual character, perhaps he is just a submissive dog :thinking:

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My deaf boy used to cock his leg on dogs that would have a go at him, :blushing:

  
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Hi Dan

My Tash is the same.... well most of the time anyway. She is very hand shy i.e. if you go to stroke her head she moves it downwards and looks very sorry for herself. We have never slapped or hit her so I have no idea why that is - just the way she is wired more likely than not.

Regarding other dogs, Tash is generally very submissive. It's worth remembering she and your dog do not have the benfit of being able to hear if the other dog is growling etc so they probably struggle to "read" the situation as well as a hearing do would.

Good luck, I posted a mega long reply to someone struggling with a deaf boxer on here somewhere - I will try and dig it out, it may or may not help.

Cheers

Paul

  

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