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News and Updates

DDR Rocker Puppy Program helps Three Dogo Puppies

Our new Rocker Puppy Program is in full swing because as you know Springtime is puppy time. Recently we got [...]

Sydney – GA

Meet our Deaf Dogs Rock Star of the Day Sydney! From the rescue: We were called by a local animal [...]

Deaf Cocker Spaniel Aria Rocks Her Rally and Agility Trials

I can't tell you how excited we are here at Deaf Dogs Rock when we receive stories of how a [...]

Top 20 Safety Rules for Visitors

When company comes to visit your home it is a good idea to sit down with the kids (and adults) [...]

Diana – NE – Adopted

Update 4/25/2016: We just got some great news from Gracie of the Central NE Humane Society and she let us [...]

Dakota’s Happy Tail

This is Dakota's Happy Tail sent in by Erica Thayer. Thanks Erica for sharing Dakota's story with our readers and [...]

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Deaf Dogs Available for Adoption

Phoenix – NC

Cha Cha – CA

Sydney – GA

Ben – OK

Diamond – CA

Bailey – CA

Jesse Rayne – IN

Alex – MD

Grits – NC

Petey- VA

Blu – NY

Blaze – OH

Major – SC

Beethoven – HI

Fanny – CA

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Training Tips

Teach Your Deaf Dog the “Watch Me” Command

One of the most important commands you can teach your deaf dog or hearing dog is the "watch me" command. [...]

15 DDR Life Hacks for Deaf Dog Families

The term "Life hacking" refers to a shortcut, unknown tip, a novelty or a trick that may increase your productivity [...]

Does Your Dog Know the “Wait” Command?

Why is it so important to teach your deaf and hearing dogs the "wait" command? Because a dog knowing the [...]

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Success Stories

Dakota’s Happy Tail

This is Dakota's Happy Tail sent in by Erica Thayer. Thanks Erica for sharing Dakota's story with our readers and [...]

Bianca’s Happy Tail

I got my 1st Italian Greyhound about 7 years ago. She was 3 months old and I named her Sophie. [...]

Loki’s Happy Tail

When I saw Loki's trick video shared by his mama Jaclyn, I just had to share Loki's story with all [...]

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