Safety & Utility for Deaf Dogs Everywhere! The next item that Edison selected for his exclusive Edison Approved list of products he (and we, his two gay dads) love is the Doodie Pack. Remember, these are products and services that we personally use and we have NOT been compensated to include . . .
Deaf dogs, more than hearing dogs, tend to be very touch-sensitive. Perhaps living in a silent world increases their tactile sensory perception. Maybe this is because we use our hands as our primary form of communication. Or perhaps they’re just mammals and, like humans, when one sense is . . .
Deaf Dog Awareness Week on The Pet Show with Dr. Katy During my adventures through Deaf Dogland, I've met some pretty amazing dogs and some equally amazing people. This past week, I had the pleasure of talking to Dr. Katy Nelson on her weekly Washington, D.C-based. television show, The Pet Show . . .
As we kick off Deaf Dog Awareness Week 2015, let's start at The Beginning. Over the next week, from September 20-26, 2015, we will be celebrating deaf dogs by sharing some new articles as well as some of our most popular deaf dog blog posts along with some links to media appearances and other . . .
There is nothing in this world quite as peaceful as a deaf dog sleeping. His dreams of chase go uninterrupted. And games of tag go on for hours. . . .
A few weeks back, Deaf Dogs Rock celebrated their 4th birthday! If you remember, I did a special post about it. If you missed it, no worries, you can read it here. Seriously. you should look. There are some great photos there! As a way of saying thank you for four years of hard work and . . .
Happy #WordlessWednesday! If you enjoy today's Note To Deaf Dogs, make sure you check out ALL the notes I've written to my deaf dogs here. . . .
The similarities and many differences between service dogs and survivors of childhood sexual abuse. For people who have experienced CSA, this post contains brief descriptions of some of my personal experiences that may be triggers for you. This is not my intent and I encourage you to not . . .
My Hero Dog of the Year, Nitro. (keep reading for a Reader Challenge below) Every so often, a little dog is born that is destined for greatness. To be sure, every dog is special and should be loved deeply by their family, but adoration does not necessarily translate to greatness. The Great dogs are . . .
The BRAND NEW Deaf Dogs Resource page is up! Check it out here. It includes some cool videos, some great articles and features a couple of great organizations, especially my beloved Deaf Dogs Rock. This is not a static page and I will be updating it frequently. I already have a . . .