Deaf Dog Collars, Leashes & Harnesses Deaf dog safety is a passion of mine, and the reason is simple: our deaf dogs depend on us to keep them out of danger in ways that hearing dogs don't. Keeping a deaf dog safe and out of harm's way doesn’t have to be hard, complicated or . . .
We live in an age when seemingly every week folks are celebrating “National Something-Or-Other Day”. Some of these events seems silly, some feel like a ploy straight out of a PR or marketing playbook and others, well gosh, National Drink Wine Day sounds like any random Tuesday for me. I don’t know . . .
@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 . . .
This post is sponsored by PetSafe®. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Pet Hydration Month and the DrinkWell® Everflow Indoor/ Outdoor Pet Fountain, but Dog & His Boy only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. PetSafe® is not responsible for the content of . . .
This post is sponsored by PetSafe®. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Pet Hydration Month and the DrinkWell® Everflow Indoor/ Outdoor Pet Fountain, but Dog & His Boy only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. PetSafe is not responsible for . . .
This post is sponsored by PetSafe®. I am being compensated to help spread the word about the safe and effective use of vibration collars for training deaf dogs on recall. I only share information that I feel is relevant to my readers. PetSafe is not responsible for any of this content. *** As a deaf . . .
Edison and Co. are a high energy pack of dingoes and I wouldn't have it any other way. They are always up for long walks and urban hikes, running NASCAR laps in the backyard and sprinting faster than the wind wherever they can. One of my favorite ways of connecting with my boys, and keeping them . . .
This blog post includes tips for selecting and hiring a pet sitter for your deaf dog. In an upcoming Part II, I will discuss suggestions and ideas for getting your pet sitter ready while you are gone, including teaching hand signs and handling emergencies. Stay tuned for Part II because those . . .
Sharing your life with any dog involves many responsibilities and safety should always be a priority, but with deaf dogs, keeping them safe is critically importantly and should follow right behind food, water & shelter. This responsibility means taking extra steps, being vigilant about their . . .