Man gives up this deaf dog. It was the best thing that happened to her. - aboutcatdog

Man gives up this deaf dog. It was the best thing that happened to her.

Man gives up this deaf dog. It was the best thing that happened to her.

I’m very used to being around deaf people and am now losing my own hearing. I’ve known Sign Language for decades and wear hearing aids. Deafness is not something that should stop anyone from living a a full life, including an animal. My first reaction to the video was to think of ways to work with the puppy. The owners are doing that so beautifully! It was a joy to watch! You posted this video 4 minutes ago and for 4 minutes of the video tears rolled down my face with such happiness for this amazing beautiful dog and for all the love, training and patience you and your family have given her. Thank you for letting us all see how beautiful these animals are no matter if they are deaf or blind and any obstacles they must endure. ❤❤❤❤❤ I had a dog that went blind at 6 and at the end of his life (15) went deaf. There are ways to communicate and I always tapped the floor and let him sniff me so I didn’t scare him. This video made me cry. Please for each bad, uncaring person let there be at least one good one. My current pocket pit is only 5 and has spinal issues, no cartilage in her hips and knees and aortic stenosis (a heart disease) She is the happiest most loving dog I’ve had. The man who gave up those beautiful puppies is the one who is blind. He couldn’t see the potential and the special life that these puppies had waiting for them.

Thank you for being awesome and giving her a good loving forever home and a life with a family that will love her forever. Peace and love to you and your family 💗❤️💗❤️ What a great story! Dogs are full of life and love if only everyone can know this. It’s rewarding to have an animal and such a blessing. So glad you saved her life. ❤ she is safe in your hands. My deaf/visuallly-impaired baby is 14. Just as sweet as the day we got him. He was dumped at the shelter from a back-yard breeder. He is also a double-dapple. My baby is almost totally blind now from cataracts. He has been attacked 3 times from dogs not in our family, because he doesn’t see/hear proper dog manners between dogs. So we learned to be very careful which dogs he meets. He is such a blessing!

5/5 - (1 vote)


Hello to all followers, my name is Melis, I was born in 1985 in Istanbul. I graduated from Uludag University and Istanbul University Philosophy. I have been producing content about women for a long time and sharing them with my followers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *