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How to Train a One Way Alert to Service Dogs (hearing and medical alert dogs)

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2009

Learn how to train your service dog to alert you to sounds (hearing alerts) and do diabetic and other medical alerts.
Note the star (*) indicates when the clicker marks the behavior.

Note that barking is not a behavior that is desirable for an alert behavior for assistance dogs. In public is is disruptful and is only used for emergencies to call attention to a person that needs help.

Look for our two way alert video and check out a detailed 'how to' description on our blog:
http://viassistancedogs.blogspot.com/...

Provided to you by Vancouver Island Assistance Dogs. Nanaimo, BC

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