Heart-melting moment deaf and blind dogs play together captured in cute video

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A pair of deaf and blind dogs playing together has been melting hearts after the wholesome clip went viral.

Having a dog with disabilities can have its challenges, but it doesn't stop them from enjoying life, as shown in this video.

The TikTok account @Echobadlistener shows what life living with four disabled dogs is like.

But the dogs, named Morty, Echo, Lucy and Frank, still enjoy playtime, even though they can't see and hear like normal dogs.

In this adorable clip, viewed more than 216,000 times, their owner showed just how two of the dogs communicate.

The video sees deaf and blind Morty encouraged to chase Lucy, who is deaf and visually impaired.

Lucy, who has some limited vision, 'boops' Morty’s nose in a bid to get him play, as a confused Morty tries to work out what the game actually is.

The overlaying text read: “Come on, chase me!” as Lucy jumps into a play bow, with Morty edging forward to find her.

It looks as though Morty thinks, plotting how to best enter the game, before pouncing forward onto an unsuspecting Lucy.

The heartwarming video has seen hundreds of comments from people enjoying watching the pair playing.

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One said: “Thank you for showing that they do play even though they are deaf and blind.”

Another added: “I’m glad to see it’s not just my blind dog who’s still crazy.”

Others were impressed with Morty’s skills, convinced he had a plan the whole time.

“Morty knew all along, just patiently waiting and plotting,” a third added.

Another said: “Morty being sneaky like this makes me smile every time.”

Blind dogs can still live a full and happy life, even though they don’t always know what’s going on around them.

A one-eyed deaf pitbull Wink also captured the hearts of TikTok viewers when he was caught cuddling his ‘emotional support chihuahua.

The lovely video showed how close the pairs are, with Wink wrapping her legs around the 8lbs Niffler in a warm embrace while the cosy chihuahua rests its eyes.

Other blind dogs simply don’t realise they might run into things, so owners have to adapt their surroundings to avoid injury.

Lovey, a one-year-old retriever, is blind as a result of a brain condition, but still loves to explore in her garden and play with her big dog brothers.

To help prevent injury, her owner bought her a Muffins Halo, which helps her avoid accidents and bumping into things.

The accessory looks like a basketball hoop, with the metal loop protruding further than her face so that it bumps into objects before she does.

Her owner shared an adorable video to their TikTok account which showed Lovey playing in the garden and bumping into a telegraph pole with the halo on.

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