Edison. Well, he wasn't in the mood for his early morning photo shoot! But, he's still as handsome as ever. #lovethisdog . . .
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One of the most common questions I am asked about deaf dogs is, "How do you train them?" And you know what? It's a great question that I love to answer! There is a long, comprehensive answer that involves discussions of how dogs communicate (through body language), what basic signs and skills need . . .
The deaf dogs of Dog & His Boy are now on Periscope! Follow us there at @dogandhisboy. What is Periscope? Periscope is a live video streaming app that allows people to share what they're doing live. In addition to watching, you can also ask questions or share feedback in real time. Periscope . . .
Everyday is #WordlessWednesday when you live with a deaf dog. As true as that sentiment is, those words are not entirely factual. Yes, most of what you say to your deaf dog is said with your hands, but communicating with a deafie isn't so cut and dry. The relationship you develop with him is much . . .
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In celebration of Wordless Wednesday, here is a new note in my series of Notes To Deaf Dogs. To see all the notes, look here. . . .
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One of the things I learned at the BlogPaws conference in Nashville was the importance of staying focused on my mission. The question isn't WHAT is my mission but rather WHO is my mission? The answer is simple: my mission is deaf dogs. I am writing and working for them, to raise awareness about . . .
So...this series of Notes to Deaf Dogs (read all of them here) started when I arrived home from the BlogPaws conference in Nashville. The offending deaf dog laid on the couch while the other three ran and jumped and spun and excitedly licked every square inch of me. His Royal Highness Bossypants, . . .