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Raven( I am deaf)   

In shelter Dog

Ararat, VA, 24053
Pet name:
Raven( I am deaf)
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Merle (Blue)
Our pets are physically located and fostered in North Carolina until adopted. Once adopted we can transport to this location or any of our north eastern delivery stops.

Raven is deaf!!! Deaf dog and heeler experience a must! She needs a home with no chickens...that was what landed her in a shelter. She killed chickens!

Raven was born July 2021. She is a purebred heeler. She was born deaf but it hasnt slowed her down. She is very easy to work with because she is very attentive. She will be super easy to teach hand signals. She is a smaller heeler(most females are) she weighs 35 pounds. She is great with people and with large breed submissive dogs. She is super affectionate.

She will not got to a home with small children. They may not know how to behave around deaf dogs and they could startle her by accident. She is mostly potty trained and she is crate trained.

She is spayed, current on vaccines, heartworm/lyme testing, on preventives and microchipped! She will receive a complete physical and health certficate issued by our vet prior to going to her new home. The adopter will receive all the health
paperwork with her.

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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