Horus knows many tricks  Abandoned, unruly deaf dog becomes star canine good citizen  Horus was abandoned when he was young because he is a deaf dog. Seen as unruly and untrainable, he spent his first few months of life in a drug den and was eventually brought to a rescue where he languished prior to being adopted. Under the loving care of his guardian, Rosie Gibbs, the clever dog has excelled at learning sign language and now knows over 50 commands

Horus knows many tricks Abandoned, unruly deaf dog becomes star canine good citizen Horus was abandoned when he was young because he is a deaf dog. Seen as unruly and untrainable, he spent his first few months of life in a drug den and was eventually brought to a rescue where he languished prior to being adopted. Under the loving care of his guardian, Rosie Gibbs, the clever dog has excelled at learning sign language and now knows over 50 commands

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Abandoned because he was deaf, Horus spent his first few months of life in a drug den. Even after he was rescued and adopted out, he was seen as unruly and untrainable and was returned. He spent 18 months locked up in kennels, until he fina  lly met one very special human who understood how to communicate with him.

Abandoned because he was deaf, Horus spent his first few months of life in a drug den. Even after he was rescued and adopted out, he was seen as unruly and untrainable and was returned. He spent 18 months locked up in kennels, until he fina lly met one very special human who understood how to communicate with him.

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For Horus, who was rescued at 6 weeks old after being mistreated by drug addict owners, life presented many challenges.  The deaf dog was adopted at 10 weeks but returned in under a year because of his poor behaviour.  For the next 18 months, Horus waited in his kennel for someone to give him a chance.  That someone turned out to be Rosie Gibbs, a sign language enthusiast.

For Horus, who was rescued at 6 weeks old after being mistreated by drug addict owners, life presented many challenges. The deaf dog was adopted at 10 weeks but returned in under a year because of his poor behaviour. For the next 18 months, Horus waited in his kennel for someone to give him a chance. That someone turned out to be Rosie Gibbs, a sign language enthusiast.

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Horus was abandoned when he was young because he is a deaf dog. Seen as unruly and untrainable, he spent his first few months of life in a drug den and was eventually brought to a rescue where he languished prior to being adopted. Under the loving care of his guardian, Rosie Gibbs, the clever dog has excelled at learning sign language and now knows over 50 commands.http://www.dogheirs.com/elleng/posts/2079-abandoned-unruly-deaf-dog-becomes-star-canine-good-citizen

Horus was abandoned when he was young because he is a deaf dog. Seen as unruly and untrainable, he spent his first few months of life in a drug den and was eventually brought to a rescue where he languished prior to being adopted. Under the loving care of his guardian, Rosie Gibbs, the clever dog has excelled at learning sign language and now knows over 50 commands.http://www.dogheirs.com/elleng/posts/2079-abandoned-unruly-deaf-dog-becomes-star-canine-good-citizen

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Puppy with two noses needs a forever home after repeatedly being passed over because of his appearance
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A husky looks out from his pen as competitors and teams prepare for the 27th annual Aviemore Husky Sled Dog Rally beside Loch Morlich in Scotland

A husky looks out from his pen as competitors and teams prepare for the 27th annual Aviemore Husky Sled Dog Rally beside Loch Morlich in Scotland

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Trixie (Dogs Trust West Calder, Scotland)

Trixie (Dogs Trust West Calder, Scotland)

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vintage everyday: Interesting Old Photographs of Dogs and Their Owners
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Dogs Trust has launched the MicroChippy, an exclusive canine cafe to raise awareness of the upcoming change in microchipping legislation on April 6th, when all dog owners in England, Wales and Scotland must have their pets microchipped and ensure register

Dogs Trust has launched the MicroChippy, an exclusive canine cafe to raise awareness of the upcoming change in microchipping legislation on April 6th, when all dog owners in England, Wales and Scotland must have their pets microchipped and ensure register

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