Lilynn is a one-year old, mini-aussie. We adopted her from TAPS Animal Shelter. She is a special needs dog - deaf and partially blind. When she first arrived at our house at five or six-months old, Lilynn was underweight, not socialized or housebroken and did even know how to play. It was so sad!

Today, she is a happy, healthy and outgoing dog. We just needed to learn to communicate with her in a different way. Lilynn is very smart. We use hand signs to communicate with her and she knows the words, "come," "sit," "no," "play," and "down."

She loves to run with the big dogs and play! She is absolute joy : )

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