A student with the same ailment saves a deaf puppy who was abandoned due to his condition.


Deafness in dogs is more common than one might imagine, and over the years there have been many false claims about these little animals. That’s right, because they’re deaf they don’t bark, or can’t properly educate them, among other myths.

Non-hearing dogs , despite their physical disabilities, are dogs like other dogs, they play with children, walk with us and give us their love without asking. nothing but our reciprocal love.

Jögan is a beautiful creature, his only “sin” to be rejected is being deaf

In Florianópolis, Brazil, a puppy was adopted by a family who, realizing that the 11-month-old furry little one had hearing problems, simply returned him to the kennel as if it were a defective object.

Fortunately, justice is blind and not deaf because, as if from heaven, a student with the same condition appeared in this poor discriminated puppy’s life to adopt him and be best friends with him.

João Gabriel is pursuing a doctorate in Translation Studies at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) and lives with three other people, two of whom are deaf and the third the son of deaf parents, so the gang of students, despite After having a puppy, he had spent years trying to find a new canine member to join them.

Over time, the effort of these young people paid off when one of João’s friends found Jögan, the name with which the little animal was baptized , on a social network that offered it for adoption through the Animal Welfare Department of Florianopolis.

“We are very happy with him and we have a lot of empathy, due to the deaf identity. He is happy that we have our adaptation strategies for the home . He shares our customs, we turn the light off and on every time to call Jögan as we do among ourselves,” said João.

Joäo affirms that he and his other dog, Gabi, got along very well, but now with two docile, meek and polite pets that learn quickly, they feed each other, which represents a challenge of coexistence, but, in the end, the puppies They thank you with their daily displays of affection and care for their humans.

Gabi and Jögan

“They already know some signs of Libras [Brazilian Sign Language] and since Thursday they are learning the signs to walk, ask to go out and wait,” revealed the student.

Deaf dogs react to vibrating sounds and even learn to respond to both their handlers and other dogs with their barking. Although they cannot interpret our words, this does not mean that they do not learn . To educate a deaf dog, it is enough to replace words with gestures.

According to the Animal Welfare Directorate of Florianópolis, of the 150 animals collected, 90 percent are adults and 40 percent have a special condition, that is, they are elderly or disabled animals.

What some people don’t understand is that their different ages or capacities are not the limit to give their love and devotion.

To make it easier for your pet to interpret your gestures, simplify them and repeat them repeatedly. When the dog understands you, reward him. It’s important to always give him the affection he needs to make him feel part of your family.

Share this tender story of love and healthy coexistence with your loved ones and relatives.

By: fancy4work.com


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