@HelloNuzzle...I Think I Love You! In many ways, caring for a deaf dog isn’t that much different than caring for hearing dogs. There are a few exceptions, mainly when it comes to communication and safety. Communication is an obvious difference but safety is something that often gets . . .
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 . . .
Give Bingo a Toy, Yo! This post is sponsored by PetSafe®. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about the Busy Buddy line of toys from PetSafe and the importance of preventing bordedom by providing appropriate toys, but Dog & His Boy only shares information we feel is . . .
Dr. Harvey’s Everyday Keeps the Veterinarian Away! This post is sponsored by Dr. Harvey's®. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Dr. Harvey's Ortho-Flex all-natural herbal supplement, but Dog & His Boy only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Dr. Harvey's . . .