M
eet Our own deaf
Dane  Ambassador

Katz

1/27/09
Katz passed away last night. We do not know exactly what happened. he had been sick the last couple days and we were going to take him to the vet today, but we awoke to find he had died sometime in the early monring hours. Katz was an amazing puppy and was growing up to be an amazing dog. I have never known a more loving affectionate dog. or one with a sweeter disposition. I think he was just too good for us mere mortals.
God we miss you, our "Good Puppy"

  • Gender - Male
  • Age/DOB - 5/10/08
  • Height  at the shoulder -
  • Weight -
  • Spayed/Neutered - Not yet
  • Taken in on  - 6/30/08
  • Available as of - 2/15/09
  • Housebroken - Partly
  • Obedience trained - Some
  • Good with other dogs - Yes
    • with cats - Yes
    • with kids -  Unk
    • with the elderly - Unk
  • Temperament -


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We got Katz when he was just 7 weeks old, well actually he didn't get here until he was 8 weeks old. That was back in July and Katz has grown up a lot since then. You will see him in most shots with his brother, Jammer (the Katz N Jammer Kids), who came to us with Katz. Both brothers were deaf, and both were simply amazing. These two were the sweetest, most affectionate and loving dogs we have ever met. They were also smart and very well behaved. They were reliably crate trained at 8 weeks! They would always let you know when they had to go out. They were too good to be true. Katz was the quiet dog, we called him "The Good Puppy" And Jammer was the outgoing inquisitive one who was always getting into something. We called him "The Bad Puppy." But the truth is these two were the best two puppies we've ever met.
 
We will post additional photos of Katz as time goes by, so check back often.
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He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart.
You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion"
- Unknown


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