Saturday, August 30, 2008
FURTHER UPDATE: CHANGE OF PLAN. THE PUP ISN'T GOING TO A RESCUE AS DIFFERENT HOMES WERE FOUND FOR BOTH OF DOGS IN FLORIDA!
There are two pit bulls that are deaf, a mother and son, to be euthanized. They are at St. Lucie County Humane Society located in Fort Pierce, Florida. The mother is 2 years old and the son is 9 weeks old!
If you know of anybody that can help provide a foster/forever home, please contact me immediately. My email is email@example.com or you can call me directly (248-910-5351).
2303 Beverly Hills Dr
Friday, August 29, 2008
My name is Tammy Ray I need help finding a home for my father's great Pyrenees. We live in Pell City Alabama about an hour and a half from Atlanta. This is the story my father bought 2 Pyrenees from a local flea market oneturned out to be deaf. My father has kept him in a 10x10 fence since he bought him. Every time he lets him out he runs away. He told me yesterday he was taking him to our local animal shelter. I asked him to wait and letme see if I could find him a home. He is a very sweet dog I was going over every week and walking him but after I put him back in the pen he would hurt himself trying to get out. He is 16 months old he is not neutered but I would be willing to take care of everything and drive him into Atlanta, anything to get him into a better environment. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone #205-814-1198
Please let me know if you can help.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
-Female; 10? Years
Animal Care Specialist
Cobb County Animal Control
Cynthia.Ganues@ cobbcounty. org
She will return your call \ email even if she in not working that day.
Monday, August 25, 2008
The other is 4-6 months old, Female, Sable. She is also sweet, but will get jealous if the other is outside of the cage. She loves to play with cats, our cat plays gently with her also.
The cage is about 3 feet tall by 2 feet wide, has a platform for them to walk up to get to the top, where the Hammock (WAS- was dirt so took out) is. They are litter trained inside and outside the cage. The bed is on the bottom but they usually sleep together in the hammock. Also comes with feeding bowl, water, bottle and extra litter.
$200 adoption fee for both, including the stuff.
Contact James at email@example.com or call at 540-717-1895
P.S. If things work out and the adopter is out of state, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see how transportation can be arranged.
Friday, August 22, 2008
Attached are photos of a dog of unknown parentage at the Wayne Co. Shelter. Young male, very thin, very quiet, loaded with fleas. Intact. Reacted to camera flash but I think his vision is very limited. Ears perked up now and then as if listening, but did not react when clapping behind his head. Maybe he's "hearing" vibrations? Sweet boy. He's available tomorrow. Won't last long with his handicaps. Contact Melanie at DeeOhGeeRescue@nc.rr.com
Thursday, August 21, 2008
My name is Scooter - Bob and I am deaf
I like kids, other dogs, and cats; I’m very smart and respond to hand signals; I lead well andI love to play and chase balls. I am 2 years old and I am neutered. If you look at my pictures you will see that I am a happy pup and I smile a lot. My mom and dad will be retiring soon and plan on traveling. They are afraid it wouldn’t be fair to put me in a kennel when I could be in a loving home where I could get the attention I deserve.
I live in Franklin County and if you think you might like me to be your best friend, please call Debbie during the day at 564-3358 or Susan evenings at 226-5111.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
THERE ARE SO MANY OF THEM AT THE POUND, BUT THIS ONE JUST CAUGHT MY EYE/HEART.... IF ANYONE IS ABLE TO HELP THIS SWEET GIRL, AND PLEASE CONTACT PINAL COUNTY DIRECTLY....
For more information about this animal, call Pinal County Animal Care and Control at
(520) 509-3555 Ask for information about animal and her ID number is A073343.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
Let's show them what Deaf community is made of, given its close-knittedness nature and the power of networking in the community. Even for the animals! It will help bring publicity to deaf animals that are often not given a chance. A deaf dog doesn't only represent deaf dogs but all deaf animals and mammals imaginable out there! Just take a moment to cast your vote.
Go to this site below and click on view current entries. Once there, scroll down to find Earl:
Saturday, August 16, 2008
I will make arrangement and bring them over myself. First preference to have a foster home is here in the state but I might would consider neighboring states such as Delaware, New York, New Jersey or DC Metro area, depending on who is the most qualified to care for the deaf cat. A permanent home will be found after they are screened with a home visit. What is only expected of a foster parent is to ensure that the cat is provided with food, water, litterbox, safety and training if any. Also, to update me on if they are good with other cats and/or dogs and whether or not they can be around children to help figure out what kind of home would be appropriate for them.
Once they go into a foster home, they will be posted for adoption. Please email email@example.com if you would like to foster.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
She rescued this puppy (at the time) from an abusive owner who didn't realize the puppy was deaf. That was about 8 years ago. This dog, Dee-Dee, for deaf dog, has become very important to my friend. Dee-Dee is a spayed female, white Am. Bull Terrier with blue eyes. Those blue eyes gave my friend a clue that she might be deaf. The dog lives with 2 kittens, 2 adult cats, and my friend. Quite an interesting household, and everything would be fine, if my friend had longevity on her side, which she doesn't. She is a breast cancer victim that has metastasized to other vital organs, had more than one surgery, and is now facing a tumor in her liver. Originally diagnosed at age 42 in 1997, this disease has gradually worn her down. Prognosis is poor.
Any help you could give me as to where to turn to assist my friend to find a home for Dee-Dee would be so much appreciated. We are in southern Calif.
Please reply to my personal email address:
Dee-Dee is an 11 yr. old white deaf Am. Staffordshire bull terrier, spayed. Weight: Approx. 60 lbs.
Gets bathed every other week, just had her teeth cleaned. She healthy, seems younger to me than 11 yrs., plays well with other dogs, lives with 4 cats, and plays ball and chase games with her owner. She knows hand signals. She understands sit, stay, and come.
She keeps her eyes on her owner, and in this regard, you would be hard pressed to know she doesn't hear. A wonderful affectionate dog that greets you in the traditional manner, puts her nose up to you to be petted. She has completely forgotten about being mistreated as a puppy by her former owner.
Friday, August 1, 2008
This little pup was abandoned in front of my vet's office and is obviously a Pit mix. He has a perfect ridge down the middle of his back and has crystal blue eyes. He's been dewormed and had his 1st shot and weighs 6 lbs. The vet will put him down if no placement is found for him in the next week. Any chance you have room for the little guy?
Let me know!
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org