Tag Archives: deaf dogs

5 Ways You Make Deaf Dog Parents Crazy

Posted on: March 24, 2016 - 5 Comments

It’s Because of You that We Need to Drink For some pretty obvious reasons, living with a deaf dog is different than living with a hearing dog. Communication is an important example. Humans instinctively depend on our voice to communicate but since our deaf dogs can’t hear us, we forge ahead and learn to use Read More

A Positive Take On Deaf Dogs

Posted on: October 9, 2015 - 4 Comments

When I attempt to research about deaf animals, either for articles or for my own information, there are always numerous sources that only show the negative side of caring for a deaf dog. So let's look at the positive side.

How One Special Dog Helps Heal a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Posted on: September 29, 2015 - 5 Comments

I've been asked many times, "Why deaf dogs?" and it's a good question. In searching for the right words, I’ve been thinking a lot about my deaf dog Edison and the deep connection I feel with him.

The Critical Mistake You Might Be Making While Training Your Deaf Dog

Posted on: September 8, 2015 - 3 Comments

We wrote previously about what you should start with when you're training a deaf dog, but now I want to touch on something I see many people doing wrong! It's something they don't even think about, but it's a critical mistake that's easy to fix.

5 Myths About Deaf Dogs

Posted on: August 17, 2015 - 2 Comments

If you're thinking about adding a deaf dog to the family, or you already have, you will find that there is very limited information on the internet for you. A lot of it is conflicting and confusing. One site will tell you something, and another will say the complete opposite. So what is true and what is false?

A Little Dog Behind A Big Cause

Posted on: July 29, 2015 - 6 Comments

This is Keller. Keller is a double merle Australian Shepherd. If you don't know what that means, it's okay, we'll teach you. Keller was born deaf and vision impaired as a result of her parents breeding. Keller came into our lives as a 7 week old puppy with a pretty sad beginning. At 5 weeks Read More