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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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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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The worst thing that can happen to your canine friend when it is still alive is, losing both its sight and hearing. The bad news is, if your dog is lucky to live up to old age, this is something you must be prepared for. Fortunately, there is always a solution, and your dog can still enjoy its...
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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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Fabulous McGrady and Friends Foundation’s (FMFF) relationship with Montgomery County began with our first trip to Montgomery County Animal Control (MCAC) back in November 2013 (story). Over the past 18 months, the Positive Change train has kept a-rollin’. The new Montgomery County Humane Society...
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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 Rayanie, and Chief is my best friend, and I wouldn't trade him for anything. -- Rayanie, age 7 Click here...
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When we lost Sandy, I would look at photos for hours on petfinder.com every night. I adopted Sandy from a Humane Society and I wanted to save another dog. My husband said I was obsessed. I was grieving. I thought another border collie mix would be a good playmate for Radcliff. I contacted a border collie rescue. They wouldn’t adopt a female dog to us because we had Peg, a female shepherd. Peg...
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It is the mission of this tattoo studio to ensure that our clients get  the exact tattoo that they want. We accomplish this through consultations between the artists and clients and nothing is tattooed until the client is 100% happy and confident with their artwork. Here, at Deaf Dog, we pride ourselves on a relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff, great artists, beautiful tattoos and, of course, a...
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Houston Deaf Network, Texas - A network information in Articles, Resource Center, Social Activities (DPHHH, ASL Social, Deaf Chat Coffee, Deaf Paws and Sports),. It’s time, friends and foes! A time to rise up, unite resources, build support, educate and especially be “heard” by those who live in Houston. Although Houston is the 4th largest city in the US, we have yet to see a central hub where...
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Are you a foster, or perhaps a volunteer at your local dog Shelter, Rescue or Charity? FriendlyDogCollars range of ‘ADOPT ME’ dog collars, dog harnesses and dog leads are the perfect way to let everyone know that your furry friend is looking for their forever home whilst you are out on your walks. We have them available across all of our ranges of dog vest harnesses, dog strap harnesses, dog...
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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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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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