Meet adoptable, deaf, two year old pibble mix Moe who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish him and always keep him safe.
From his current caregiver: Moe is an energetic 2 year old deaf pit mix. His favorite toys are the ones with squeakers so he can rip the squeaker out or anything he can chew. He also loves blankets and will use them to play. With graduate school and a full time job, I feel like I do not have the time or space Moe needs. Moe is skiddish around new people (including children) and pets and does need a lot of patience.
Once he warms up to you, he’ll be the best companion. He does well with bath time but requires a lot of belly and under the chin rubbing for getting his hair dried with a hair dryer. He does not like getting his nails trimmed. Looking for someone with time, love and patience to share with Moe.
Meet our Deaf Dogs Rock Star of The Day adoptable deaf dog Dakoda who is looking for a loving home with someone who will be his new best friend and always keep him safe.
Dakoda is a smart boy who loves to play, chase or just sit at your feet outside on the porch. He is well mannered and loves to be your shadow. Has a hard time sharing food, toys, and the bed, so it will be best if he is an ONLY animal.
Dakoda was brought into a vet clinic for his 4th puppy where the previous owners found out he was deaf. Working at the vet, I decided to take him and foster. He is a stout, strong willed boy who has no problems riding in the car or walking. Loves to play with others if balls, toys or food are not involved. He knows a few hand commands and is always willing when a treat is involved!
We did DNA test him and he is American Staffordshire Terrier, Boxer and Husky mix.
Meet adoptable deaf red heeler Philmore who is an Australian Cattle dog looking for a loving person who will cherish him and become his new best friend.
From the shelter: Philmore was transferred to the Humane Society of Utah from an overburdened shelter near Phoenix. Shortly after his arrival we noticed he is completely deaf, when we had to touch him to wake him up and he was startled. Our vet confirmed it. He’s a really sweet guy. He likes to sleep under his Kuranda bed, which is really cute because he’s way too big for that so it teeter totters on top of him. Since he was a transfer from another shelter where he likely came in as a stray, we don’t have a history on him with cats or kids or training. Come meet him to help fill in the blanks. His adoption fee is $150 including neuter, vaccinations, microchip, collar, ID tag. and one free month of pet insurance.
Meet adoptable deaf dog Beto who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish him, teach him new things and always keep him safe. He has recently been neutered and he is up to date on all his routine vaccinations.
From his current caregiver: He is super sweet, but he has a LOT of energy/ He kennels pretty well. I can’t get him to sit still long enough to try to teach him sign language. I have 6 other dogs, so I just don’t have the ability or resources to give him the attention he needs.
He has not been vetted as far as I am aware. He is great with people and other dogs!
Meet adoptable deaf dog Emmy Lou who is looking for a loving family or person to cherish her, keep her safe and be her new BFF.
From the shelter: Emmy Lou is looking for you! Emmy Lou is smart and fun. She loves to play. She’s been practicing “sit” and almost has it mastered. After play time Emmy Lou is ready for some snuggles.
Emmy Lou has met other pups and has done well but can be a bit awkward at first. She would love a home with another confident, playful dog.
Emmy Lou has dry eye and will need daily eye drops.
Meet adoptable deaf Lab mix Cooper who is looking for a loving home with someone who will cherish him and always keep him safe.
Cooper is an amazing dog I am fostering through Clay County Animal Care and Control in Green Cove Springs, Florida. We did not know he was deaf until a couple days after we brought him home. We noticed he wasn’t responding to certain calls. We took him to the vet and they confirmed our suspicion. He is deaf and we believe it is from some sort of head trauma.
Cooper has a dip on top of his head and there is a scar under his fur in the dip. He has been in two different possible new homes and both could not commit due to his anxiety. He doesn’t bark, but he will scratch at the door you leave from because we think he thinks he’s being left. He needs a home with other dogs and someone who will give him time to adjust to his new surroundings.
Cooper is a lab/ shepherd mix about 8 years old. He does great with kids of all ages, he’s great with other dogs, cats unknown as we don’t have any. He’s potty trained and he will sit. He is a lover boy and just wants to be near you at all times. He can not be kenneled because of his kennel anxiety. He will do everything in his power to get out even if that means hurting himself. He deserves a great home.
Meet adoptable deaf dog Chloe who is looking for a loving home where she will be the only dog, be cherished and always kept safe.
From her current caregiver: Chloe is a loving and active baby. She loves to cuddle in bed, watch movies, and eat chicken nuggets. She needs to be the only dog in the house, but she loves kids. She’s the sweetest dog you’ll ever meet, and oh she is very soft. She is house trained, as long she’s gets taken outside in a timely manner like all dogs. She knows her basic sign cues and loves to learn new things.