I’m Keeping China – About Deaf/Blind Dogs

I have found my true calling!

To read China’s story, click here.

To learn more about Asia, now called Kiss click here.

To learn more about Velveteen, click here.

To learn more about Sassafras, who was adopted, click here.

To learn more about Skate, who was adopted, click here.

Here are the Facebook comments that were posted on Christmas morning.

So China is home, and I am a foster failure!

Chris commented on Kiss’ (Asia’s) blog post last week:

Chris c. said…

My wife and I adopted Luddy (formerly skate) who also is a Deaf white Aussie. I must say he has broght us more happiness then we could ever imagine. Unless you call his name you would never know he is Deaf. He has been easy to train and is super smart and loves to just be were we are.

Working with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for the past 5 years it is sometimes heartbreaking to see how isolated they feel from the hearing world as if they are in a box, yet how much love they have to give!

The same is with Deaf dogs they can feel isolated as they may be passed over for hearing dogs. I ask please let them out the box you will be amazed at the love they have to give!! You should see the smiles of our dear Deaf friends who meet Luddy and find he is Deaf as well it is an instant connection. Anything you may have read negative about Deaf dogs I can assure you is not true. I hope that someone will open their heart and home to beautiful Asia you will not regret it. Currently Luddy knows about 20 ASL signs, if you do adopt Asia and need help with ASL signs I would be happy to assist. I belive Holly has my email. Oh btw Deaf Dogs Rule:)

Chris

Learn more about Deaf Dogs by visiting http://www.deafdogs.org.

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