I am already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Polly immediately caught our attention at the shelter. Just the way she sat and looked at you so attentively... there was something going on behind those eyes. We were there for other reasons, but she ended up making the trip home with us. She had been dumped in the shelter without explanation once, been adopted out and dumped again - probably when they found out she could not hear. What a personality this like one has - she is just a happy little soul. She is active, curious and fascinated with everything. Even though she is active, she is also very well mannered and quite receptive to training when you can get her attention - as most cattledogs are, Polly is very intelligent and will pick up signs in no time. She will make a fabulous and loving companion for a family or an individual! A dog that is deaf is really very workable and very rewarding because of the special bond you establish with your dog. But it does requires some some extra time and understanding. Please take a look at the following website for further information on living happily with your deaf dog: http://www.deafdogs.org/
. Polly is just under a year old and weighs between 30-35 pounds. She is a red merle cattledog and has a naturally bobbed tail. She is on the smaller side for a cattledog and is just adorable. If you are interested, please email Faith at firstname.lastname@example.org
and put the dog's name in the subject line.