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Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People is training a pup bred by Michiko Yomogita of Dog Garden Baby Boo   Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People is Japan's first center for training guide dogs and hearing dogs, started in 2008 with subsidies and JKA Foundation grant by the Japan Lottery Association.  They are a member of the International Association of Assistance Dogs.  In Japan,  hearing dog training began in 1981. It is said that in the last 20 years, 25 to 26 dogs have been trained. This pup was bred by Michiko Yomogita of Dog Garden Baby Boo in Moriya, Japan.  The job of a hearing dog is to : 1)   Keep the lives of deaf people safe -  by signaling alarms in and out of the home. -  knowing evacuation routes in case of emergency -  calling for help in case of accident 2)   Informing owners of necessary sounds : -  clock alarms, cooking timers, phone, fax, doorbells -  when bath is full of water -  when someone is calling them To know more about Japan Hearing Dogs for Deaf People please visit their website : Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People http://www.hearingdog.or.jp/
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Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People is training a pup bred by Michiko Yomogita of Dog Garden Baby Boo   Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People is Japan's first center for training guide dogs and hearing dogs, started in 2008 with subsidies and JKA Foundation grant by the Japan Lottery Association.  They are a member of the International Association of Assistance Dogs.  In Japan,  hearing dog training began in 1981. It is said that in the last 20 years, 25 to 26 dogs have been trained. This pup was bred by Michiko Yomogita of Dog Garden Baby Boo in Moriya, Japan.  The job of a hearing dog is to : 1)   Keep the lives of deaf people safe -  by signaling alarms in and out of the home. -  knowing evacuation routes in case of emergency -  calling for help in case of accident 2)   Informing owners of necessary sounds : -  clock alarms, cooking timers, phone, fax, doorbells -  when bath is full of water -  when someone is calling them To know more about Japan Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, please visit their website : Japan Hearing Dogs For Deaf People http://www.hearingdog.or.jp/