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Every day in rescue is a surprise

Every Day In Rescue Is A Surprise!

Every Day In Rescue Is A Surprise Whenever we think we’ve seen it all, we’re thrown a curve ball and frequently that leaves us making instant decisions without the benefit of any real forethought or planning. The appearance of Lacey, a blind mastiff x great dane in a Queensland pound a few weeks ago was […]

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Entertainment Books

The Fund Raising Never Stops You Give We GiveLike many rescue groups Hear No Evil relies solely on donations and our other fundraising efforts so we can continue our rescue work. The adoption fee we charge comes nowhere close to covering just the basic vet costs we incur when a dog comes into care, let […]

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Daisy Sanctuary Dog

Old But Not Forgotten: Becoming Sanctuary Dog

Old But Not Forgotten: Becoming Sanctuary Dog The State of DaisyAt the start of March; we welcomed Daisy into care with Hear No Evil as a sanctuary dog.Daisy was old, emaciated, had a massive mammary tumour, conjunctivitis, severe long-term skin irritation, a mouthful of rotting teeth and so many other random lumps, bumps and damaged […]

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rescue is not magic

Rescue is not Magic

Rescue is Not Magic Every now and then we get told we are not doing enough to rescue EVERY deaf dog in the country or we are taking too long to respond to calls, emails, FaceBook messages, text messages, tags, call outs etc… Rescue is not magic. Rescue is Hard! It’s not instant and it’s not […]

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mat training

Setting Boundaries

Setting Boundaries Learning and reinforcing your homes boundaries in a new environment can be one of the biggest frustrations for a new foster dog and Carer.  It’s super important start working on this as soon as your foster dog arrives through the use of mat training. The tips to creating a harmonious environment is to: Make your […]

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Craft for paws

Thank you for the goodies

Thank you for the goodies Lovingly Hand-Made by Craft for PawsTonight we would like to say a very big thank you to the fabulous team at Craft For Paws Fundraising (CFPF) for their absolutely massive donation of goodies that we received just after Christmas. In amongst the huge pile of items were numerous beautiful hand-made crate […]

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A Great Year

Quick look back but moving ahead As we continue to just getting on with the job of finding forever homes for our dogs care, we thought we take a moment to look back and see just what Hear No Evil achieved in 2017!So many new deafies came into care, we’ve had more vet visits than […]

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hand feeding

Feeding Time is Training Time

Make Meal Times Fun Feeding Time is Training TimeHow are you feeding your dog?  Do you just put the feed in the bowl, dump it on the floor and leave? Well, if you are then you are missing out on a golden training opportunity and you may just be inadvertently reinforcing undesirable behaviours in your […]

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focus or check in command

Focus or Check In

Basic Training: Focus or Check In One of the first and most important commands you can teach your deaf dog or hearing dog for that matter is the focus or check in command. Consistency and frequency is the key to this exercise and in no time your deaf dog will constantly check in with you. You […]

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Archbold Design

A Picture Paints A Thousand Words

As our regular followers know, earlier this year Hear No Evil was selected by Alison of Archbold Design to be this year’s recipient of funds raised through the sale of her stunningly beautiful range of cat cards.Although the newest addition to Alison’s range isn’t a cat, the beautiful face in the pic below is former […]

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