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Hi Everyone!

This is my dog, Indie, that I adopted last year. She was rescued from a hoarding situation in NV where food was very limited. Dogs would fight over food, and since Indie is deaf, she was attacked repeatedly when she didn't hear another dog coming. In spite of it all, she has turned out to be such a loving and gentle dog (an equal opportunity snuggler as well). This just goes to show that all dogs can be rehabilitated with just a little time and effort.
 

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Oh my gosh, I don't think I've ever seen a dog with such big rabbit ears! She's so cute!
 

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Unfortunately, with such a lack of pigmentation I can believe it :( Can be quite common in such patterns. While her ears aren't much good for hearing they are absolutely precious! So giant and I love them! I'm glad you are able to give her a better life!
 

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So cute. I love the large ears! But deaf dogs are really limit less! It's just a different way to train!
 

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Those ears are pretty darn amazing! Saw a deaf dog on Crufts, doing a lovely freestyle to music routine.
 

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Dogs are inspirational to me as I get more and more disabled. They just keep on going and don't seem limited at all, whether deaf, blind, missing limbs, it doesn't matter.

Thanks for taking a change on a deaf dog!
 
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