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4500 S. Kramer St.
Little Rock, AR 72204
Phone: 501- 376-3067
Fax #: 501-374-1310


**** She is probably deaf. She is very good with children & other pets *****
If you are interested,please do not hesitate!

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I can donate to an approved rescue to help with her expenses.

Please send me a PM if help is needed.
 

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It says she is "probably deaf"- do they know for sure??
 

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All my young dogs "appear" deaf....But on a serious note, I teach all my dogs hands signals when I do my training, I hardly ever use my voice at first. So anyone who is interested in this gal please know that a deaf dog is not a big deal to train... ( am an Educational Interpreter for The Deaf .....so I do know about working in the deaf world...I do it every day with children and my own son is deaf....)
 

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Melody thats awesome- I am in my third year of ASL, and my mom is an interpreter for the Deaf as well who works in the school districts!
 

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All three of my dogs have 'selective hearing'....I have no control over it-they turn it on, they turn it off..... I bet this dog would do just fine in a home. She sure looks like a sweetie
 

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Originally Posted By: DanniMelody thats awesome- I am in my third year of ASL, and my mom is an interpreter for the Deaf as well who works in the school districts!
I have found the hand signals come in handy with my ole deaf gal...she watches me for hand signals all the time. Studying ASL huh....you gonna follow in moms foot prints...
You know training dogs for the deaf is in huge demand. As well and training dogs just like this gal...Deafness is only a handicapp if you let it be.
 

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Originally Posted By: shilohsmomAll three of my dogs have 'selective hearing'....I have no control over it-they turn it on, they turn it off..... I bet this dog would do just fine in a home. She sure looks like a sweetie
LOL - I can relate!
 

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Yes! Mya has selective hearing as well!! And she does just fine in a home setting...lol.....
 

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