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Three dogs, two deaf, seek permanent homes

Posted: December 1, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: December 1, 2012 2:00 a.m.

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Looking for a wonderful canine companion? Adopt a dog from AngelDogs Foundation Deaf Dog Ranch in Acton. All of our dogs are fixed, up to date on shots, and trained using hand signals. Deaf dogs are highly intelligent and really bond with their owners. They make fantastic pets. Here are just a few of the dogs available at our ranch:

Pretty Petunia is a petite purebred Australian Shepherd. She’s just 2 years old, deaf and as gentle as they come. Petunia loves to lean on people and snuggle. She’s good on a leash and is learning hand signals such as come, go, sit and stay. Poor Petunia didn’t have the easiest start. She was rescued after being hit by a car and still shows some signs of injury, such as a red eye that is healing. However, that hasn’t dampened Petunia’s spirit a bit. She’s blossoming at our ranch and will be a truly magnificent canine companion once in a loving home.

Prince is a young (four months or so) terrier mix, about six pounds. We usually focus on deaf dogs, but made an exception for Prince because he was just so darn cute and very, very sweet. Prince is eager to please and loves to cuddle with people. He also enjoys going for walks and playing with other little dogs. This cute ragamuffin has a way of charming his way into your heart. He’d make a great canine companion for just about any active person or family.

Rosie is a sweet-natured deaf bully breed pup. At four months old, Rosie has a remarkably calm disposition. Of course, she likes to play, too, and loves other dogs. In her downtime, Rosie loves to cuddle with people. Little Rosie is learning hand signals and leash manners. Since she’s intelligent and eager to please, Rosie will be a great candidate for further training. If you’re looking for a new best friend, look no further.

For more information, to meet any of these dogs, or to inquire about volunteer/sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michelle@AngelDogsFoundation.org or call 661-803-2909.

Looking for a wonderful canine companion? Adopt a dog from AngelDogs Foundation Deaf Dog Ranch in Acton. All of our dogs are fixed, up to date on shots, and trained using hand signals. Deaf dogs are highly intelligent and really bond with their owners. They make fantastic pets. Here are just a few of the dogs available at our ranch:
Pretty Petunia is a petite purebred Australian Shepherd. She’s just 2 years old, deaf and as gentle as they come. Petunia loves to lean on people and snuggle. She’s good on a leash and is learning hand signals such as come, go, sit and stay. Poor Petunia didn’t have the easiest start. She was rescued after being hit by a car and still shows some signs of injury, such as a red eye that is healing. However, that hasn’t dampened Petunia’s spirit a bit. She’s blossoming at our ranch and will be a truly magnificent canine companion once in a loving home.
Prince is a young (four months or so) terrier mix, about six pounds. We usually focus on deaf dogs, but made an exception for Prince because he was just so darn cute and very, very sweet. Prince is eager to please and loves to cuddle with people. He also enjoys going for walks and playing with other little dogs. This cute ragamuffin has a way of charming his way into your heart. He’d make a great canine companion for just about any active person or family.
Rosie is a sweet-natured deaf bully breed pup. At four months old, Rosie has a remarkably calm disposition. Of course, she likes to play, too, and loves other dogs. In her downtime, Rosie loves to cuddle with people. Little Rosie is learning hand signals and leash manners. Since she’s intelligent and eager to please, Rosie will be a great candidate for further training. If you’re looking for a new best friend, look no further.
For more information, to meet any of these dogs, or to inquire about volunteer/sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michelle@AngelDogsFoundation.org or call 661-803-2909.

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