The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside for March 09, 2022

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    allen@home  over 1 year ago

    Sally find a place to stake out the dinning table. Keep your eyes open for drop food.

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    Wilde Bill  over 1 year ago

    But her nose still works, right?

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    SquawkTron  over 1 year ago

    Well, that’s a real shame.

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    Gent  over 1 year ago

    Hear? Don’t you doggies relies more on your nose?

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    M2MM  over 1 year ago

    I think most dogs fein deafness, so they can get away with all sorts of naughtiness. :P

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    Spence12 Premium Member over 1 year ago

    Mine is no longer afraid of the vacuum cleaner.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  over 1 year ago

    But you’ll know if the beef roast hits the kitchen floor.

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    John9 Premium Member over 1 year ago

    My late loving wife and I had a Catahoula Leopard dog that was deaf from a puppy. He figured out that if someone wasn’t in the room then he needed to make sure whether they were eating something. He did quite well until he started having seizures and we lost him in 2020. He also learned to watch our Chihuahua’s for clues too.

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    missymayfield Premium Member over 1 year ago

    We’re living with a young “selective hearing” dog now, and it’s frustrating. But we had a Golden who became deaf and blind around age 13, so we learned to stomp on the floor before approaching her. Also, I’ve worked with deaf dogs at shelters and was delighted with their focus. Dogs accept whatever limitations happen to them. Another reason to love them.

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