A New TDL Rescue Transport Vehicle!

Angels Deliver TDL Transport Vehicle

Don’t tell me Angels don’t exist! Some TDL Angels made a substantial donation and then worked with Jack Lacey of Ron Norris Ford in Titusville.  We just were gifted a gorgeous Chevy Town & Country that is so huge, it can fit at least four large crates! WOO HOO! Ron Norris Ford made it easy, […]

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Pack Packs by TDL

Pack Packs, the Gift Your Dog Really Wants!

This is the best Fundraising Event Ever!  We’re going to knock your socks off!  We have designed custom Pack Packs that can be delivered to your door for your Pooch filled with toys and treats that are TDL-approved!  No subscriptions, just decide when your pooch has done something awesome, and reward them with our toys […]

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Captain Jack Sparrow, the Sheltie

Captain Jack Sparrow, the Sheltie Boy

Captain Jack came to us from Miami-Dade thanks to Patty Duenas who pulled him and transporter Jennifer that drove him to his foster. He was picked up as a stray and was described as very, very scared in the shelter environment. This little Sheltie boy was in serious trouble, and we didn’t even know it. […]

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Olaf the fluffy puppy

Olaf, the fluffy puppy

Because of your donations on Frappe Friday, we were able to sneak this little boy on our transport yesterday, so Thank you!  We estimate he’s between 9 – 12 weeks of age, and he’s a cutie pie.  After careful research, we are confident in telling you he is a Great Pyrenees/Collie boy.  There is a […]

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Kit, the Foxy Sheltie

Kit, the Foxy Sheltie

Kit is estimated to be about 2-3 years of age.  She needs some grooming, but she’s still stunning!  Kit is very friendly and affectionate.  She was transported from Alabama yesterday, so she is still decompressing a bit!  We can see that she is a Sheltie, but many of us have said she is a fox! […]

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I'm a TDL dog now!

Mr. Beans

His shelter name was Mr. Beans… we came up with a lot of name ideas for him, but Mr. Beans just kind of stuck! We’re not sure what breed he is, but when we saw his shelter photo, we thought he would be an amazing lap dog and companion, more importantly, we know that the […]

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The Pippin Puppies ask YOU to Donate $5.00 on Frappe Friday!

Frappaccino Fridays, Skip the Coffee, Donate your $5.00 to Rescue!

How Much Do You Spend on Coffee? Can You Skip One Coffee Today to help “a Latte Dogs“? Show us Your Pup with Your Cup and use the#FrappeFriday tag! Instead of buying your Starbuck’s Frappaccino on Fridays, donate that cup to our Veterinary Care Fund!  Here are the current prices for a small, medium, and large […]

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I'm really shy

Little Whitney

Rescued from Anniston Shelter in Alabama, Whitney and her BFF Wendy were surrendered after their human found himself homeless. So sad. Both are very friendly, and weighs about 28 pounds. I didn’t get any good photos of Whitney… she went straight into the back for a much needed grooming and spa day! Whitney is shy, and […]

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Wendy has her own family now

Little Wendy, A Very Polite Aussie Girl ~ Adopted

  Rescued from Anniston Shelter in Alabama, Wendy and her BFF Whitney were surrendered after their human found himself homeless. Both are very friendly and trained.  Wendy is very friendly, and very good in the car!  She also rode loose on the plane, which speaks volumes!  She weighs about 24 pounds and is about 2 […]

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Shannon Adopted Minnie Mouse today... I'm still tearing up!

Minnie Mouse-Blind and Scared Chihuahua ~ Adopted

09/09/14:  This little girl is coming to our rescue. She needs the works, not just spay. She has severe dental issues, and as you can see, we are hoping to get her into an eye specialist who can operate. We need your help! Please click http://thedogliberator.com/virtual-foster/ if you can sponsor her rescue.We want to thank our […]

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Removing Ticks on Dogs

Everything you need to know about Ticks and Dogs

For dog owners ticks are a common hazard that comes with the territory. But, for those new to the world of ticks, they are evil little creatures related to spiders, that carry several types of diseases that can be harmful to both you and your pet (for example Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever). […]

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Patellar Luxation

Knee Dislocation & Hip Dysplasia

When we brought Leia home from the shelter there were a few things we didn’t know. We didn’t know she loves chasing a stick, we didn’t know she would gain 20 lbs in the first 2 months home, and we didn’t know she had patellar luxation. In fact, we didn’t find out for a while, […]

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Our Borgi Puppies, Adopted 2010

Go Potty – Helping Your Abused Dog To Go Outside

There are tons of “how to housebreak your puppy” books and videos out there.  And I’m sure there are millions of products that claim will help, but these things are for the normal average dog.  Rescued dogs sometimes come with a little bit of baggage!  Usually, it’s the dog’s former owner who confused the dog, […]

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Cancer in Dogs
Yankee Candles Donates 40% to TDL's Dog Rescue

Yankee Candles Donates to our Rescue!

Just Enter our Group ID, 990055884 I love them, don’t you?  Ozzie prefers the pine scented candles!  If you love Yankee candles, now you can purchase them from their online store, and help out!  Yankee Candles donates 40% of our sales profit to  TDL’s Veterinary Care Fund!  Click Today!  Here are more details: Dear Family, Friends […]

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Goldie Hawn

The Promise

A Promise to Love, Provide and Protect We have created several flexible programs for you to choose from.  Just Click on the photo and donate!  All donations will be anonymous.   Can’t Adopt but love the dogs?  Now, you can Foster a Dog Liberator Dog Virtually!  Simply donate the amount you are comfortable with! We […]

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Our First Dog to start this series of challenges is Rosie, the toy hoarder!

#DogLiberatorChallenge-The Hoarder Collie

The first dog to start our #DogLiberatorChallenge is Rosie!  Rosie steals all bones, toys and balls from all of our dogs.  She piles them up on her bed, and the dogs don’t dare come near.  We’ve even seen her approach one of our dogs, especially Ozzie, bark… to distract them, and steal their toy right […]

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Close your eyes, and open your heart

Close Your Eyes, Open Your Heart – How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies?

How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies? This post will explain the grief and anguish people go through after they have lost their beloved dog and how hard they try to replace their dog that has passed away with an identical copy.  “How can I adopt after my dog dies?” There is a […]

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The Dog Liberator: Labor Day Safety

Help your Dog have a Safe Holiday!

As we come up on another holiday, we have a few tips to help you and your dog stay safe and happy. Monitor the Grill – The food you are cooking is very attractive to your pup. They can burn themselves on the hot grill. Also be careful where you dispose of any coals you […]

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Tear Stain Removals are usually used on white dogs

FDA Issues Warning Letters for Unapproved Tear Stain Removers


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Angel Pup at the Vet being well cared for

Angel Pup – Seen being thrown out of a Moving Vehicle

First, we want to thank Kristi Stinson Sexton for taking such good care of this little girl while we waited for transport, Pilot Michael Young for transporting her to Florida, and Jeannette Dixon for bringing her to the vet for us! Angel is doing great! She is too young for all of her shots, and […]

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WordPress SEO Guru Wanted!

Do you have a Minute to Volunteer for Us?

Got some free time on your hands? SEO:  Even if you have an hour a week, you can help! We’re looking for someone who is familiar with WordPress and has dabbled in SEO to help beef up our website. We’ll even train you! Update:  We’d like to thank Carole Zieler for her help and tips […]

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Pedigree Dog Food Recall


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Buttons Sparkles

Buttons Sparkles – Adoptable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

For being such a small little man, this dog has a million nicknames names, Buttons, Sparkles, even Elvis!  He was labeled a fear-biter, but the minute the shelter let him out of his crate, he ran to Terri and jumped in her lap… I think he’s been there ever since!  He weighs about 18 pounds, […]

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The Stray Dog, what should you do?

Lost and Found – How to Help a Stray Dog

This article includes tips on what you should do if you find a stray dog, and want to help. The past two weeks have been very odd. I have received more phone calls from people who have lost their dogs, and phone calls from people who have found stray dogs. It’s as if the dogs […]

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Save Money on Prescription Drugs for your Dog

Save Money on Prescription Medications for Your Dog

You know that feeling when you’re standing at the counter at the vet?  You’ve waited forever, your dog has been examined, you’ve been given a diagnosis and part of you is relieved, and part of you feels overwhelmed knowing you’re about ready to get the bill!  I know that what you really want to do […]

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Brittney's Mystery

Dog Catching Tip

You might have noticed the leash that Marlo was wearing in her photos, it’s made of chain! When we tried to catch Brittney’s Mystery, we learned a valuable lesson! After she snapped the leash in half with one swipe of her teeth, we had to come up with plan B! The flimsy leash we had […]

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our Favorite Things!

Our Favorite Things

We have been rescuing, rehabilitating, training and treating dogs for over five years. In those five years, we’ve found products that were awesome, and many that were not! If you need a solution to a problem, click on our new Amazon Store and select from products we’ve already tried and love! Click Here to Read […]

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Bonnie Collie

#DogLiberatorChallenge – Promote Your Doggie Selfies!

Help Your Dog Take Its Own Selfies! We have created this challenge to spread the word a help homeless dogs in kill shelters and promote spay/neuter. Only 1 dog out of every ten dogs that are born will find a permanent home. Approximately 25% of homeless dogs at the pound are purebreds. 90% of dogs in […]

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National Dog Day 2014

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 is National Dog Day! What are your plans? We thought it would be fun for everyone to change their profile picture on social media sites to include a photo of your dog! This is a great opportunity for all of us to spread the word about adopting a homeless dog, and […]

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Anna's Libby (was Pickle)

Dealing with High Energy Dogs for the Low Energy Individual

Dogs, especially herding breeds, are almost impossible to keep up with. Even the fittest person will have their pets run circles around them (sometimes literally). So when choosing a dog for adoption, make sure that the dog you are looking for is one at your energy level. Meaning, that if you’re a couch potato, don’t […]

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Doodle Bug is going home!

Doodle Bug~Adopted

Doodle Bug’s name was Milo.  He is an owner surrender, with chronic dry eye that will need drops daily to prevent infection.  He is incredibly active, loves people and wants to play with other dogs.  See more of his photos on Facebook! Doodle Bug has a meet this Sunday with a family who has another […]

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Stinking Cute PawPrint Diner

Paw Print Diner Auction

This Auction has Ended!  Congratulations! Click here to Bid on Ebay! Brand New!  Super Cute PawPrint Diner by PetStudio.  Made by Tops Pet Products, Topefield, MA USA.  Raised diner allows your dog to eat in a more comfortable position.  Wood construction with durable painted finish. 19 1/2″L X 10″W X 7″H includes two 1 quart […]

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Jessica and Tobuscus, now Serge, Adopted 2013

The Walk: Tools and Tips

The Walk: Tools and Tips Written by Jessica Purvis, adopter of Tobuscus If walking your dog leaves you frustrated, stressed – and your dog still bouncing off the walls, you probably want to read this article. Being in control of your dog doesn’t mean that you need to keep your dog on a rigid tight leash […]

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Zsa Zsa, now Molly Jo!

Zsa Zsa~Adopted

Zsa Zsa has been renamed Molly Jo! She was adopted by Nate and Kelly of Windermere! Molly Jo now has a tiny Poodle, named Honey to play with! Last Friday night, we came home from dinner expecting to relax.  It was very late, and very dark.  I asked Sarah to tidy up the kitchen, and […]

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Marlo goes home

Marlo-Corgi – Border Collie – Attacked by Coyote

History:   There is an invisible sign in front of every rescuer’s yard…  that only the animals can see… and this girl stumbled onto Laura’s home today. Emaciated and severely injured, Laura’s son, Josh Kern is playing doctor. We need two things, donations for her medical care, and a ride from Crystal River to Deltona where she can […]

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Immediate Donations Needed for Marlo

There is an invisible sign in front of every rescuer’s yard… that only the animals can see… and this girl stumbled onto Laura’s property today. Emaciated and severely injured, Laura’s son, Josh Kern is playing doctor. We need two things, donations for her medical care, and a ride from Crystal River to Deltona where she can see our […]

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Doug Adopts Charley

Charley, Thunder Phobic and Unsocialized Border Collie~Adopted

Charley is a purebred Border Collie, a smoothie. As many vacuum cleaners that I’ve gone through with my collies, a smoothie seems to be a very attractive option! Charley was purchased from a breeder, but his owners already had two dogs that created their own pack.  The nonsense of a new puppy did not appeal […]

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"Step on it Mom and don't look back!"


Beautiful boy, about 2-3 years of age, rescued by a good Samaritan.  He is  heartworm positive, and has been receiving treatment for several weeks now.  He is good with cats, polite with other dogs, and has wonderful manners!  He is being fostered in the Deland, Florida area, and would love to have a family of […]

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She has big feet, but her teeth say baby!  Madonna is about 3-4 months old.  This gorgeous girl comes from Athens, AL and she is a real doll.  She approached Nacho, the resident cat at Newman’s and was not reactive.  She loves everyone, but loves to chew on you… she needs a lot of bones […]

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Leo and his new family, Bruce, Nina and their son!


Leo was adopted by Bruce, Nina and their handsome son, from Winter Springs.  The Bromance started immediately!  Can’t wait for updates! History:  This wonderful boy is now living with my pack and my kids! He is not 5-6 years of age… he has too much puppy joy and his teeth are gorgeous! I estimate he’s […]

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Chelsea goes home with Maggie!

Chelsea, the Ball-Loving Rescued Border Collie~Adopted

Chelsea the Rescued Border Collie is Learning New Tricks! 09/01/14 Update:  We want to thank writer, Lisa Rose and her Border Collie “Mick “this is how you do it” Rose” for fostering Chelsea.  Chelsea is learning a lot!  We’ve uploaded many new photos of her in action.  She is a playing fool, and is learning […]

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