Meet Dorianna!

In honor of Deaf Dog Awareness Week, we are showcasing some amazing pups looking for their new furever home. Just because their ears don't work, doesn't mean they can't make great new best friends and great family members! Learn more about Deaf Dogs!

Dorianna is a really happy-go-lucky girl. She has found a playmate in another female hound mix. When they are together they are two peas in a pod. Many of the rescue group's volunteers have learned some basic sign language for her so she is getting consistent messages. She really enjoys being with another dog. She is very smart as she is picking up cues and behaviors from the other dog.

Of course it would be great if these two girls could go together but certainly not mandatory. She is great with all people. The rescue has said no kids under 8 for reasons due to her deafness and perhaps the monitoring of the children in the home. They are not able to test her with small animals. However, due to her breed history they assume she would show interest and possibly give chase.

We met Dorianna through the Deaf Dog Education Action Fund. Their mission is to provide education and funding for the purpose of improving and/or saving the lives of deaf dogs. We are a non-profit organization founded to speak on behalf of and assist in the betterment of life for deaf dogs everywhere.

For more information about Dorianna, click here!