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Resources for owners of handicapped and disabled dogs, helping challenged dogs live a better life. Take some stiff crinkly plastic packaging, such as a chip bag, and crinkle it. Determine how far away the dog must be to hear it and come running. A dog with good hearing may not hear your yells, but should be able to hear the chip bag from up to a quarter mile away. Of course, that's a joke (with...
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For the last year or two, not much has happened with this site. I was sidetracked and waylaid and generally lacking the extra energy needed to work on Porter & Jack. I could blame the ups and downs of life, but really, I think I just needed to explore some options. Turns out, that exploration has led me straight back here, where my heart truly lies. I am once again on my way to making this a...
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We place our dogs with qualified clients throughout the United States. FIND OUT MORE» "DFD has provided more than just a Hearing Dog in my life. DFD has actually given me a life worth living." ~ Doris W., North Carolina. Full-time professionals (teachers, physicians, counselors, and other...
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NEADS Shop is NOW online selling apparel, gifts and goodies for you, your friends and your home. Fun and unique items for adults and children in all sizes and colors. Handmade items for your office and home, perfect to show your support for NEADS and love of dogs. Start Shopping. My name is...
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Deaf dogs - profiles of deaf dogs and their people. Find people in your area to turn to for advice, education, and encouragement. If you've recently brought a deaf dog into your life, or even if you've had one for years, you may want to learn more about owners of similar dogs. We are the original...
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Top Deaf Dogs Sites (13)
Often they had no idea their dog was deaf when they purchased it or adopted it from a shelter. Once they questioned some of these odd behaviors and realized their dog was deaf, it was too late to follow the advice many receive from vets and breeders to take the dog back and get another one. They had already fallen in love and simply asked the question, "Now What?". These behaviors may seem odd...
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This is both National Dog Week and International Week of the Deaf. Organizations devoted to making life better for deaf dogs have declared it Deaf Dog Awareness Week and we are joining with them in celebration. Dalmatians have the highest incidence of deafness among dog breeds. It is estimated that 30% are born deaf in one or both ears. We have taken a number of deaf dogs into rescue over the...
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Become a Member Today and get DDEAF Logo Merchandise to tell the world that you "Share Your Life With A Deaf Dog" You can make a direct donation to one (or more) of the funds that we have set up to help deaf dogs in need, please visit our donation page to see how to do that. You can also donate to DDEAF at no cost to you, by using the links on our affiliates page to visit on-line businesses. We...
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Thousands of deaf dogs are euthanized every year just because of a genetic variance. There are no studies, and no evidence to support that they are anything less than qualified as pets and companion animals. Myths and rumors about the inability to train have caused thousands of puppies to be put down. Congenital deafness,like what Brody was born with, is almost always hereditary caused by a...
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Thank you for your interest in Dalmatian Rescue of North Texas, Inc. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all-volunteer organization whose mission is to rescue abandoned and stray Dalmatians from shelters and pounds. We make a commitment to finding good homes for these animals after we have them spayed, neutered, vaccinated and treated for any health problems they may have when they enter our...
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A unique summer camp for teens ages 16 and 17 who are legally blind that combines summer fun with an introduction to guide dogs and the opportunity to spend time with peers who are facing similar challenges. Read More. Leader Dogs for the Blind empowers people who are blind, visually impaired or Deaf-Blind with skills for a lifetime of independent travel, opening doors that may seem to have...
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Even though my husband and I already had a 3 year old fawn female Boxer and a 3 year old female Lab/Golden, in 2001 we adopted a 10 month deaf white female boxer from Rescue. I became involved with Boxer Rescue, acting as foster home coordinator, foster home, transport, and whatever was needed to help what I call my “heart dogs”. I’ve had Boxers most of my life. We lost our fawn female boxer in...
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Meet Fancy, whose beloved owner lost her husband suddenly and is forced to move. Little Fancy is deaf and has lived in a pack of 5 dogs and was always gentle with all. She also lived with 2 cats and loves to sneak bites of their food. She gets along with adults and children but has not been exposed to toddlers. Car trips are her joy and she is quiet and mannerly inside. Birds are to chase! She...
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We train dogs to assist persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, with and without multiple disabilities, at no cost to the recipient. International Hearing Dog, Inc. relies on donations from individuals, foundations, organizations and service groups to fund all of our services. learn more. Contact Us Request A Tour News Terms of Use Privacy.
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Sam’s Radio Hams is a recreational vehicle (RV) group that is a chapter of the Good Sam Club. Our chapter started in 1980 and we are still going strong. We are licensed amateur radio operators who are affiliated with the ARRL. We are active with monthly campouts in southern California, Nevada and Arizona. We are communicators with Nets on 40 and 80 meters. Our chapter is good sized with 45-50...
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Join us each Sunday morning for some socialization of the doggy and human varieties! We like to get together with our Danes to visit. This serves as a great time for them to socialize with other dogs, and also for those interested in volunteering or adopting to meet some of the local team and ask questions or meet adoptable Danes. Feel free to bring your family out, grab a cup of coffee, and...
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Dalmatians search for all Dalmatians at GetDalmatians.com. Im looking for a Dalmation puppy in washington for a cheap or adoption. I have a loving a great home for such a Lovable . . . I'm in need of a dalmation female pup. I'm disabled and just lost my dalmation she was 14 years old oh I miss her had he. . . I am looking for a deaf female puppy black and white pure breed. My pepper was deaf...
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Once again I want to thank you for making Loki the little Happy Halloweener dog on the cover of the last Dachshund Friendship Club newsletter. I asked you to print something on doggy dementia and I will be happy to talk about what it is like to have an 18-year old wiener dog. First of all, it is a bittersweet time. You remember what fun your dog was for many years and this is no longer the...
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With all the new arrivals, we are in need of donations to help us with vet checks, vaccinations, spay/neuters,. Charities its users designate. You use it just as you would any search engine, and it's powered by Yahoo!, so. And a percentage of your purchases will be donated directly to our organization. And by using the iGive link. GoodShop.com is a new online shopping mall which donates a...
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I started making dog coats a few years ago for my rescued greyhound, Haley. She would freeze her little "tush" off whenever we went for a walk or just outside to "do her business" during the cold, winter months. I made her a few coats and saved the pattern in case I needed it again. Since we've rescued our deaf Great Dane, Pounce, I found myself making a few coats for her for the same reason....
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