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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 . . .
This article originally appeared in Rise Miami News and is reprinted here in it's entirety with permission. Please support independent media publishers by checking out Rise Miami News. Prison dog training programs are becoming quite popular throughout the United States. Through these programs, . . .
Prison dog training programs are becoming quite popular throughout the United States. Through these programs, prisoners help needy dogs learn basic obedience skills who in turn help prisoners learn a skill that can help them gain employment upon release. It's a symbiotic relationship that gives a . . .
I recently received 3 bags of Tanker Tots treats, one in each flavor, in exchange for this honest review. I was not financially compensated and these opinions are completely my own. Tanker Tots is not responsible for any of this content I'm a firm believer in the importance and benefits of . . .
The irony of life with Edison is that for a creature who lives in a silent world, he sure makes a lot noise. Most everything he does is accompanied by a thud or a bang or a WTF? When he was a puppy, I chalked it up to his puppy brain, puppy legs and puppy coordination and I assumed he would outgrow . . .
I've been revisiting and working on a few signs and commands with Foster lately. He has a teenage boy Dogo brain, which means we've had some issues with rebellion. Not in a Like hell I'm gonna do that! kind of way. Really it's been more Just you make me. I dare you! posturing. . . .
This is Harley, the new deaf dog I am working with on good manners, basic obedience and general life skills. He is currently hanging out with the good folks at Abandoned Pet Rescue in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. My name was passed along to them as someone who might be able to help Harley, . . .
The importance of this video by Alisha McGraw cannot be overstated when discussing Edison. During our research on living with deaf dogs, one of the things we were looking for was encouragement, to feel we could train a deaf dog. This video, which I found in my deaf dog digital bible, Deaf Dogs Rock, . . .