Visual Signals: Use hand signals and body language to communicate commands instead of verbal cues.
Positive Reinforcement: Reward desired behaviors with treats, toys, or praise to motivate and reinforce learning.
Consistency: Maintain a consistent routine for training sessions and commands to help your dog understand expectations.
Clear Environment: Minimize distractions and noise to help your dog focus on your visual cues and commands.
Patience: Deaf dogs may take longer to learn, so be patient and celebrate small successes along the way.
Adapted Commands: Teach unique visual commands for basic behaviors like sit, stay, and come.
Professional Help: Consider working with a professional dog trainer experienced in training deaf dogs for guidance and specialized techniques.