Trigger Warning: For people who have experienced sexual assault of any kind, this post contains content that may be triggers for you. If you have concerns about handling trigger responses, I encourage you to not read this post. General Note: The “she” in this post is a friend of mine. I . . .
Welcome to Deaf Pet Awareness Week! One area of canine deafness that doesn't get as much attention is hearing loss among senior dogs. In the past, I too have neglected this important topic. Ironically, there are many more senior dog who have begun or have already lost their hearing than dogs who . . .
It's almost that time of year again! Just a fews days away in fact.. Deaf Pet Awareness Week is celebrated every year during the last full week of September. This year, Deaf Pet Awareness Week runs from Sunday, September 18th through Saturday September 24th. Pet lovers everywhere, not just those . . .
Edison seems to have a particular affinity for Tongue Out Tuesday! During almost every photo shot, he gives me at least one great shot for Tongue Out Tuesday. Here is a slide show of some my favorites from the past several months. Which is your favorite? Pin it, tweet it or let me know in a . . .
Note from Bernard: My friend and fellow blogger Maggie Marton, with Oh My Dog!, has a senior dog named Emmett who has recently begun to lose his hearing due to advanced age. I am thrilled that Maggie agreed to share a bit of Emmett's journey and her personal experiences adapting to the needs of a . . .
Here is the ultimate collection of deaf dog Tongue Out Tuesday photos! Okay, okay, these photos aren't just of deaf dogs, they all feature MY deaf dog, Edison! I've handpicked some of my favorite photos of Edison flopping, dragging and rolling his tongue around. All of these photos were taken in . . .
This article originally appeared on PetMD.com. To read the original, please go here. There are many special things about the relationship between humans and dogs, but being by their side as they develop from puppy into senior dog is an especially meaningful one. As puppies, they make us laugh . . .
This week, Facebook told me it has been five years since I found Darwin running loose in the candy aisle at CVS. Five years! In the years since, many things have changed: I’ve graduated from school, my husband and I have gone from engaged to married and we have adopted three more dogs, two of . . .
The very idea of living with and training a deaf dog can feel overwhelming. Here are some practical tips to help get you started. I’m a bit obsessed with deaf dogs. It started four years ago when we agreed to foster a deaf, ten-week old puppy for the weekend. Fast forward a few years and that . . .
Many deaf dogs have sensitive skin, especially those with little to no skin pigmentation.For these dogs, parasites, chemicals such as shampoos, perfumes or parasiticides, and even too much sun can often cause serious damage.. How do you provide year-round parasite protection if your deaf dog has . . .