I had no idea what to do with my Charlie when we first got him, but thanks to this organization it helped us turn Charlie into the wonderful partner we have today. I will always have a spot for a deaf dog in my home. He listens better that the one that can hear, lol. She has her own attitude while he just wants to do everything to please you. Deaf dogs definitely rock!
The informationn on Deaf Dogs Rock website has helped me so much to learn to communicate and train my deaf Black and Tan. Thank you and keep up the good work!
Deaf dogs rock made it possible for us to have our klifford. Klifford (then known as sprite) was transported by deaf dog rocks.....beacause of them we have a healthy happy deaf dog who rocks
When I had to day goodbye to a dog who was very special to me, I went searching for a new furry family member, but but I wanted a dog with special needs because I know how hard they are to find homes for. Thanks to Deaf Dogs Rock, I found not one but two dogs that they had sponsored to get out of a high-volume shelter and into a private rescue. I would have never found them without DDR, and I'll be forever grateful for the work they do.
I used to have one Deaf American Bulldog as she passed away in 2015 at age 16.5. I had my heart set on rescuing more Deaf Dogs for rest of my life. Thanks to Deaf Dogs Rock facebook page, I adopted each one of my three Deaf Pitbull mixes over 1.5 year time span. First one was in June 2015, Second in June 2016, then Third in February 2017. We found the first two Deaf dogs through the Deaf Dogs Rock facebook page. When we adopted the second one, we built a good relationship with Hamilton County Humane Society for anything that's Deaf dogs related as they recognized that we have been handling Deaf Dogs for a long time. Good enough, another Deaf Dog appeared recently and they first contacted us and we immediately took her in. We're going to start fostering Deaf Dogs as well. We're one devoted Deaf family that want to give so much for Deaf Dogs out there. I do share my experience and tips to help other owners who are new to Deaf dogs experience through Deaf Dogs Rock facebook page. It makes me happier being able to contribute some and keep saving Deaf Dogs. Thanks to Deaf Dogs Rock organization for making all of this happen!
Deaf Dogs Rock speak up for so many dogs that cannot speak for themselves. DDR promotes how smart and sweet deaf dogs can be and how highly trainable deaf dogs are. They are a great resource of information and provide a sense of community among deaf dog parents like me.
Deaf dogs rock is such a great resource. I lost Milan in November after 10.5 years of love and affection. My heart grieves so badly. I went to this site many times when I needed guidance or ideas he knew over 50 signs and when I am ready again I will adopt a deaf dog again. They are the best the world has to offer. Thank you to your site for helping so many. My beloved Milan says thank you.
Deaf Dogs Rock has been such a great resource for us! We adopted our Biscuit in 2014 and had no idea that he was born deaf. We had no idea where to start with his training and communicating and having 2 young sons with lots of friends in and out it was imperative that we be able to communicate with him. I can not tell you just how much Deaf Dogs Rock helped us navigate his training... in the end it was so easy !!!! It's the humans that take the most work!! Biscuit is such a special part of our family and I am forever grateful that We have the tools to communicate with him! Thank you Deaf Dogs Rock for teaching me about this wonderful world of Deaf Dogs and just how special and amazing they are!!!!!
We got our dog Arlo from a rescue and didn't realize he was deaf until we had him for a few weeks. He was a tiny puppy and I was worried we would never be able to train him. I have gotten invaluable help and advice from deaf dogs rock, from hand signals to training tips to just someone to listen when I was frustrated! Arlo wouldn't be as happy and well adjusted if I didn't have Deaf Dogs Rock!!