The Deaf Dog Network

The Deaf Dog Network

The Deaf Dog Network is a group of people who want to help deaf dogs, wherever they are, whether the

The Deaf Dog Network is a group of people who want to help deaf dogs, wherever they are, whether they have experience of owning or training them, rescuing or fostering. The Deaf Dog Network does not support any form of physical punishment in the training of dogs. We do not endorse training methods using tools such as check/chains, prong collars, squirting water, shock collars and the like. We approve and support modern, science based force and fear free training methods.

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A great dog who wants to please, and loves to learn and love.

Wow, look at this beauty😍
Let us introduce to you..... Chase
Chase is a very special boy because he is profoundly deaf. He is still a puppy at heart, he’s a young 2 year old and sadly he has already been passed around several homes. He is adorable and has a group of volunteers who swoon over him and love spending time with him.
Chase has got great focus and he’s keen to learn (and to get sausage!) – he loves getting the tasks right and being the best boy.
If you have the time, dedication and wish to adopt this special young boy, please visit our website and fill out an application. Lancashire only please.

Photos from Good Life Dog Rescue's post 06/09/2023
Timeline photos 29/04/2023

It has taken some time but finally this will be law next year.

In a historic moment for animal welfare, we’re welcoming news today that the Government is completely banning the use of remote controlled electric shock collars in England, as of 1 February 2024, following our ten year campaign. To find out more, visit



A deaf dog called Charlie has been trained to understand hand signals in the hope his basic skills will convince people to adopt him.

Photos from Durham City Police's post 26/01/2023



This Live has been postponed until next Sunday, December 18th.


This Live will be held in our group.



We would like to introduce you to these 2 beautiful 14mth old female sister merles 🤍🖤🤍ANYA & ANWYN 🖤🤍

They are looking for a home 🏡 together. Both of them are deaf & one only has the use of one eye. They love life and enjoy it to the full.

They need to be adopted together, can help us to find them their forever home? 🤞

Please help us by sharing this post.

Our rescue is based in Crymych, Wales, SA41 3QW 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Please contact us if you are interested in adopting these two together 🖤🤍🖤

Photos from Pro Dogs Direct's post 28/08/2022



Bailey is still in search of a home.



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