From Christina Lee Founder of Deaf Dogs Rock

I have to say my days here at Deaf Dogs Rock are often filled up with answering emails from shelters, rescues, scheduling rescue transports, helping people who need direction with deaf dog training issues or rehoming their deaf dogs. Doing this job every day for ten years can sometimes be daunting to say the least. I try hard not to get to stressed or burned out because the deaf dogs who need help around the country are counting on our organization to help them out of bad situations. Today was a sign, a sign that there are still good people in the world who care about the most vulnerable of animals who have no voice. When I opened the mail today, this is what I found!

What a wonderful surprise to get two letters, one from six year old Ryker and a letter from his mom. There was a beautiful horse card from Ryker’s mom Stephanie and a bundle of checks from Ryker’s fundraiser. Stephanie wrote about how her young son Ryker worked hard and hosted