I had the pleasure to shoot Miami-based artist Rok The Spot as he was painting in a busy Wynwood, Miami parking lot. The project was curated by Wynwood Walls and Joey’s Italian Restaurant. Color is normally my bag, but I’m digging the simplicity of the black & white he dropped on this small pay . . .
The Day She Told Me She Was Raped As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, the current political and pop culture environment is hard to stomach.The onslaught of stories, hundreds of sexual assault survivors coming forward to share their stories, Each person's experience is uniquely his or . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
Toxicidad de medicamentos Otra causa de sordera poca conocida o discutida son los efectos secundarios (no intencionales) de ciertas drogas o medicamentos. Algunos antibióticos, sobretodo aquellos en la categoría aminoglucósidos, puede producir sordera al ser usados inapropiadamente (como . . .
5 Ways You Make Deaf Dog Parents Crazy Assumptions and myths about deaf dogs are rampant. For many deaf dog parents, the hardest part of living with a deaf dog has nothing to do with our dogs or their hearing loss. Rather, the hard part is contending with and combatting the myths and . . .
So you've adopted the perfect puppy, the one with a smiling, squishable face, a tail that wags at the speed of light and that intoxicating puppy breath! You've stocked up on bowls, holistic food, a crate, bed, leash, collar and name tag. You've filled a box with toys of all sorts: stuffy, rubbery, . . .
Deaf dogs "listen" with their eyes. If he's not looking at you, then he can't "hear" you when you sign to him. Here's how to teach your deaf dog to watch you! When communicating with a deaf dog, we need to flip two switches in our simple human brain. First, we have to stop being lazy and . . .