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Deaf Dogs Atlas

If you've recently brought a deaf dog into your life, or even if you've had one for years, you may want to learn more about owners of similar dogs. About 900 people with deaf dogs take part in an online community that shares advice and stories, both silly and serious. Our email community also provides a forum for list members to advertise deaf dogs who need homes, and homes that need deaf dogs. (We think most homes would benefit from a good deaf dog, but then again that's just us.)

Deaf Dog Education Action Fund

Not-for-profit organization founded "to speak on behalf of and assist in the betterment of life for deaf dogs everywhere."

Deaf Dogs Webring

The Deaf Dogs Webring is dedicated to deaf dogs and the people who love them. This ring caters only to deaf dogs, all breeds are welcome.

HearingDog.com

Offers information for everyone from the seasoned Hearing Dog user to those seeking information on training their own dog to alert to household sounds.

National Education for Assistance Dog Services, Inc.

NEADS is a non profit organization established to provide Hearing and Service Dogs for people who are deaf or who use wheelchairs. These Assistance Dogs become an extension of their owners and bring security, freedom, independence and relief from social isolation to their human partners.

Dogs for the Deaf, Inc.

Rescuing unwanted dogs and professionally training them to serve. Providing New Freedom for the Hard of Hearing and bringing a new level of opportunity and enjoyment. Building Life-Enhancing Partnerships of companionship and confidence.

The original deaflinx.com site was written and authored by Amy Frasu. Deaf Linx is now run by Ericka Wiggins. Here are the Facebook and Twitter pages for Deaf Linx.