Update 8-8-12: Ziggy just turned three and he is still in foster care even though he has been through all his AKC Canine Good Citizen classes and passed his CGC test with flying colors. I was hoping for his Birthday he would find a forever home. Please share his post with your friends.
Okay it doesn’t get any better then this I promise! This is Ziggy and he has earned his Canine Good Citizen Certification and he is completely trained using hand signals. What more could you ask for in adopting a deaf dog? Please share this info so we can find Ziggy a great home!
“I have earned my Canine Good Citizen Certification from the AKC, which means that I know how to act like a polite dog. I am deaf, so I have learned what to do by hand signs instead of words. For example, if you point at the ground, I’ll lay down. And if you hold out your hand, I’ll give it a high five. It’s all very easy, really. My most popular trick is when I pray for a new home. I’ve been praying for many months now, but my person hasn’t found me yet. Here I am!”
am used to living with a lot of other dogs and with cats, and I get along with everyone pretty well most of the time. But it would probably be best if I was in a home without other pets, because my foster mom says I can be irascible. I had to look that up in the dictionary. Turns out she was calling me grumpy! It’s true if another animal gets too close to my food or my toys, I am quick to defend my stuff, but that’s only normal dog behavior – no reason to consider me a grumpy dog! I am actually quite happy most of the time, and I think I’d be happy all the time if I got to be an only pet.
What is my ideal home, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you. It’s just me and you. You and me. I wouldn’t mind sharing you with another adult, but I play a bit too rough for children. We’ll go to the park, or go for a hike, or maybe just take a jog or a walk around the block. I’ll help you cook dinner or pick up take-out, and I’ll be happy to clean up any leftover crumbs. If you like, I’ll fetch the ball for you a few times, or you could teach me some new tricks. I’ll be a great companion, I promise. Are you my person? If you’d like to adopt me, or talk to my foster mom about me, just click here. Thanks for visiting!
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