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Chance – AL

Chance - AL

Meet sweet Chance! Chance is a Deaf neutered 4 month old deaf Dogo Argentino. He was found in Birmingham, AL on a deserted dirt road with no houses around, he was skin and bones. He is so lucky to be alive. Chance is a loving, energetic and super smart little boy. He weighs about 40 pounds and should finish around 90 pounds or so. Chance is with the Alliance for Animal Welfare in Tuscaloosa Alabama. He is house trained, good with kids, and good with other dogs. He knows basic hand sign commands and the rescue is not sure how Chance would do with cats. Chance needs someone to give him a chance at a good life where a new family will make him a priority by committing to positive reinforcement training and socialization so he can be the best deaf dog he can be. If you think you can […]

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Solo – FL – Adopted

Solo - FL - Adopted

Update 4-5-2015: Solo aka Spock has been ADOPTED! Meet sweet deaf boy Solo. Solo is with the Tallahassee Animal Services Center in FL. Solo (aka Spock) is a super special terrier boy, who just wasn’t doing well here at the shelter and is now in a foster home where he is being loved and adored. He is approximately 1 .5 years old, neutered, and heartworm negative. Solo is deaf, and his foster mom is working on helping him to learn basic commands and obedience with hand signals.  He’s a bit shy at first (and quite honestly, scared of his shadow) but bit by bit, this little guy is starting to come out of his shell, and has discovered that laps are the best place to be!     Please use the buttons below to share – it can change the life of a deaf dog! Share on FacebookShare on TwitterDigg […]

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Hammy – OH – Adopted

Hammy - OH - Adopted

Update 4-4-2015: Hammy met his new mommy today and he is officially ADOPTED!   Meet sweet deaf boy Hammy! He is a beautiful neutered, 10 month old, deaf, Pit mix (he looks like he has some pointer in him also) who is located at the Franklin County Dog Shelter in Columbus, Ohio. Hammy’s adoption fee is $73.00 at the FC Dog Shelter. Hammy is very playful and he walks well on a leash. He loves people and he is good with other dogs. He is getting daily sign training and he is doing well.     For more information please contact the Franklin County Dog Shelter at 614-525-3647 or Connie Horne at 614-759-6688 or camhorne@hotmail.com Please use the buttons below to share – it can change the life of a deaf dog! Share on FacebookShare on TwitterDigg Share on FacebookShare on TwitterDigg

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Lyric – VA – Adopted

Lyric - VA - Adopted

Update 4-01-2015: Lyric has officially been adopted. She went to a wonderful family! Kim and Kiki has already adopted one of our Deaf Dogs Rock rescue pups named Harp now Mazzy and so they came here to the Deaf Dogs Rock dog park for a meet and greet last weekend. Lyric just adored Kiki and Kim’s two dogs Mazzy (who is deaf) and Molly who is a hearing dog. We are so excited both of our little rescue pups finally got adopted. Thanks to Angels of Assisi for letting us bring both dogs into their rescue and for being so patient in finding them both the perfect home. Here is a note from Kiki and Kim: Here are a few pics from tonight’s outdoor lunacy.  That’s Mazzy waving it like she just don’t care, Lyric after a wrestling match, and the three of them basically just being dorks together.  Lyric […]

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Hoyt – NE

Hoyt - NE

Meet handsome sweet boy Hoyt!  Hoyt is a deaf Pit Bull mix about 9 months old. He is located in Omaha Nebraska (there are Breed Specific Legislation in the area – BSL). He has been learning hand signals and now knows, “sit”, “down”, “wait”, “come”, and “kisses”. We are currently working on “drop it” and leash walking. Hoyt is also potty trained. He loves to play with other dogs but can sometimes be a bit over bearing for them since he can’t hear them when they tell him “enough”. We are currently working on this with a vibration collar to get his attention. He IS being fostered with our three dogs and has made huge progress. He is just a puppy that wants to play and would love a home that can exercise him and that is dedicated to working with him on his sign language. He is house trained […]

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Kimi – CT

Kimi - CT

Meet Kimi, a super sweet hound/lab mix born May 1st 2014. She weighs @ 40 lbs, has a soft coat and loves to cuddle. She is currently being fostered with 2 kids and another dog and is doing great. Kimi is deaf but that doesn’t get in the way of her being a wonderful companion, she’s easy going and smart. Wherever you are, inside or out, Kimi will watchfully keep her eye on you. She would do well with another dog or even by herself as she easily adapts. Kimi loves to play with toys and loves to run. Kimi will need a secure fenced in yards. She travels nicely and enjoys walks. Kimi is on anti seizure medication since she has a few seizures but since the Vet put her on her medication she hasn’t had any more seizures. She does need some sign training and someone committed to […]

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Morgan – TX – Adopted

Morgan - TX - Adopted

Update 3-29-2015: Morgan has been adopted!   It’s impossible to have a bad time with Morgan. With her wiggly body and big goofy face, this girl is a born entertainer. Because, most of all, Morgan is fun. Confident, outgoing, intelligent, hilarious, and fun. Morgan is a 4.5 year old spayed female who weighs around 49 pounds. She is a Bull Terrier/American Bulldog mix.  Morgan loves to play. Once out of her kennel, she wiggles all over. Those wiggles and that great big smile show you how happy she is to be with you. Morgan is very playful; she loves to chase toys and balls, and, more than anything, loves to play in water.Morgan will splash around in the pool, then lie back with her paws up on the side, just like a human sunbather lounging after a swim. She is a born athlete, with plenty of energy to spare, so swims, […]

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Dahlia – VA

Dahlia - VA

Dahlia is a playful, loving puppy who doesn’t seem to realize she’s an adult dog. She loves to go on walks, and during a walk she’ll often pause, throw herself on her back, and roll around in the grass in sheer bliss! Dahlia loves humans and is a great kisser, and when she’s done going for a hike or a jog or a swim with you she’ll roll up into a compact package by your side and snore happily. Dahlia is very eager to play with other dogs and could be matched with another playful dog…though she would be happy, and calmer, as an only dog as well. Dahlia is in the Northern VA/Maryland/Washington DC area.   Dahlia loves learning new tricks and she learns fast-even though she is deaf! So while she’ll never get upset at loud noises, and will keep on snoring even as you make food preparation […]

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Zuzu – MI

Zuzu - MI

Meet our beautiful Deaf Dogs Rock Star of The Day Zuzu! Zuzu is a very sweet, cuddly three year old looking for her forever home.  Her favorite things include car rides, playing with her toys and belly rubs. Zuzu is very smart and has learned sign language quickly.  She loves her people and would do well with a family that would include her in family activities.  She is house trained and not destructive in the home so does not need to be crated.  We feel she should be in a home without young children as she startles easily when surprised.  If you can give Zuzu the home she deserves, please contact us today! Zuzu is spayed, vaccinated, heartworm tested prior to adoption. Zuzu is being fostered in Midland. MI.  It’s our rescues practice to perform both vet and home checks prior to adoption. It is therefore not possible for us […]

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Belle – LA

Belle - LA

Belle is in desperate need of help. Disabled foster Mom/rescuer can no longer care for her. She is located near Alexandria, Louisiana.  4yrs. old, spayed, UTD on shots and on heartworm prevention. Belles short life has been tough, this will be her 3rd rescue,  but she is an absolute sweetheart!  She loves all people, great with kids, other dogs (any size), cats after the initial curiosity period, loves to ride in cars and play fetch.  From her foster mom Janie Ratcliff: Belle has not had formal training, but is eager to please and learns quickly. She reads body language and facial expressions very well. I have taught her a few signs that we use daily.  Belle is house broken and leash trained.  She has always been an inside dog, but I recently lost my home, now she has to stay outside in a fenced yard. It breaks my heart because Belle is depressed.  […]

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