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Deaf Dogs!

Updated on March 19, 2013

Just because their ears don't work, doesn't mean they can't have a wonderful life!

This is Moose! Moose's ears don't work, because he is deaf.

In June 2008, Moose was looking for his furever home while being cared for by the wonderful folks at the Alliance for Responsible Dog Ownership in Indianapolis, Indiana. In their care he learned sign language and found a wonderful home.

Thanks to very caring individuals, new training methods, and education, deaf dogs are living amazing and wonderful lives.

Here we will share information, training resources, and wonderful stories, all about deaf dogs in the hopes that we can spread the word that just because a dog's ears don't work, they can still be a wonderful addition to any family.

So read on!

Great deaf dog resources!

The Deaf Dog Education Action Fund is the definitive site for anyone with a deaf dog or those wanting more information.

The mission of the Deaf Dog Education Action Fund is to provide education and funding for the purpose of improving and/or saving the lives of deaf dogs. They are a non-profit organization founded to speak on behalf of and assist in the betterment of life for deaf dogs everywhere.

They have an extensive website with a wealth of information about training, resources, rescue, and more. Be sure and check out their website...and here are a few links to key pages of their site.

And, here are a few more links to sites with great info!!

DeafDogs.com

SpiritofDeafDogs.org

WagNTrain

Meet Spirit! - He's getting a second chance.

Cool stuff for cool dogs!

Be sure and visit my website - JohannTheDog.com - where you can shop for cool stuff for cool dogs!

We've put together, in one place, all the cool stuff you need for your dog!

Find dog beds, all natural foods and treats, collars, leashes, charms, training and agility gear, vitamins and supplements, books, clothing, toys and more!

And the best part is we donate 10% of our profits to dog rescues and shelters!

Join theDeaf Dogs Facebook Groupand connect with otherdeaf dog lovers!

Do you have a dog that is deaf?

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Want to know more about what it's like to be a deaf dog?

A deaf dog does agility!

Watch a little training!

Give us some woofs!

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      julieannbrady 5 years ago

      Ah, poor doggy, missing out on the barks/arfs of life! But, I do imagine they get a lot of love and probably have extremely keen senses of taste and smell.