True Story... A few months ago, while sprawled out on the couch next to him, my husband sent me a text message. “What’s for supper?”, he asked. Though I had been sitting next to him for over an hour, checking my blog and social media accounts, he felt that the only way he could get my attention . . .
10 Myths & Facts About Deaf Dog Behavior Did you know that some folks in the scientific community are studying deaf dogs? When I heard this, I jumped for joy. It was a moment of excitement, relief and “I need to know more Right. This. Second!”. My brain was firing synapses so fast that I . . .
To begin, I need to disclose that I borrowed that title. I took creative license with a line from the poem, People You May Know, written and performed by Kevin Kantor. In it’s original form, the line is, “No one comes running for young boys who call rape”. It's a powerful piece of art, it impacted . . .
Okay. There. I said it. My dog is an idiot. It took me a long time to come to terms with the fact that we have two very smart dogs and one very not smart dog. And Foster? Well, I'm not sure yet, though I do have my suspicions. It took me even longer to be able to say it out loud. When I first . . .
When we first met our deaf dog Edison, my husband and I were most definitely not looking for another dog, and a ten-week old, deaf Dogo Argentino/Pit Bull puppy was even further down on our "to-do" list. Way down. Somewhere between a root canal and inviting my mother to come for a visit. We were . . .
I often write notes to my deaf dog son the chalkboard that hangs in our kitchen. Sometimes they are sweet, but frequently they are snarky, desperate please to make better life choices! . . .