In February we sponsored 13 deaf dogs into partner rescues across the country. Do you know what this news means? It means Deaf Dogs Rock has sponsored a total of 21 deaf dogs in the last 60 days! It’s because of your support that Deaf Dogs Rock can continue to sponsor deaf dogs into our amazing special needs rescue partners.
If you would like to help Deaf Dogs Rock continue to sponsor deaf dogs into our partner rescues, click here to learn more.
Gandolf 6 month old deaf puppy from Garland Animal Services in Garland TX. Gandolf was pulled into rescue by iRescue
Deaf Dogs Rock sponsored these three deaf double merle aussie puppies into Green Dogs Unleashed here in Virginia. Erika and her fosters at GDU do an amazing job getting each puppy into experienced foster homes so they can start their potty training, socialization and foundation sign training while potential adoptive families are being screened.
Isabella – Red Hook Rescue
When we heard Adele a deaf puppy at the City of Salem Animal shelter came in to the shelter, we wanted to make sure her spay surgery at a local vet would be covered so she can become available for adoption soon. Deaf Dogs Rock sponsored her spay surgery.
Deaf dog Saint
Medical sponsorship for deaf dog Saint
$200 to go to the South Shreveport Animal Hospital towards Saint’s care.
Thanks to the rescue warrior women at iRescue South who rescued these three little cutie pies. Meet Pepsi, Reese’s and Alaska! Deaf Dogs Rock was happy to sponsor them while they are in foster care so their medical needs can be taken care of. In the mean time they will be in foster care learning about sign training, potty training, socialization with other dogs while their potential adoptive families are being screened.
Deaf Dogs Rock also sponsored 3 deaf dogs into the Deaf Dog Rescue of American to help with spay/neuter and medical – Photos to come. For a list of adoptable deaf dogs in So. California at the Deaf Dog Rescue of American, please click here.
Photo below: Just a few of the deaf dogs available for adoption at the Deaf Dog Rescue of America.