Danni Boy~ Adopted!

This youngster is a very happy boy, he has not been abused or mistreated.  He loves to play with other dogs, he is crate-trained and quiet.  He is not food-aggressive, and is easy to please!  He is about 50 pounds, and would love to be loved! You can see more photos and updates on Danni […]

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Jon Snow ~ Adopted!

Jon Snow is a 6 month old pure bred Aussie pup who comes to us after his one special need was noticed. Jon is great at a lot of things, play, cuddles, watching out for mailmen, but he may not hear them coming because he is deaf. He doesn’t let that effect him at all. […]

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Minnie Mouse ~ Adopted!

3/10/16 Update:  Minnie is a 7 year old Chihuahua mix around 11 lbs. She fully vetted (including spay) and seeking a home. Minnie does have a special need, she is blind. She is also very loving!  Check out her Photos on Facebook! If you are interested in being considered as an adopter for Minnie, please […]

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Flynn ~ Adopted!

Flynn is coming to us to find a forever home.  He is incredibly smart and is easy to train (Who says deaf dogs don’t listen? [Read More]). Flynn is devoted and loyal and could easily be someone’s best buddy. He is also quiet and did we mention, house broken? He’s got that down pat. It’s time for […]

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Miss Trouble ~ Adoption pending

Here comes trouble! (and she’s awesome!) Trouble’s story begins (for us) in 2014 when she arrived at a shelter after her family faced eviction and hoped for a better life for her. In the shelter they discovered during the noisy process of morning cleaning, that Trouble slept right on through it… she is deaf. She […]

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Sunny Boy ~ Adopted

    12/19/15 Update: Sunny is home with Dee Krebs in Chicago. Dee writes: To Dana Campo. I’ve been thinking about this post for the last couple of weeks and every time I do, it brings tears to my eyes. They are tears of sorrow, but also tears of joy. When Dana passed, down in […]

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John King ~ Adopted

John King returned to us after his new home didn’t work out. He is doing quite well in foster and is ready to find his forever home!do He is incredibly smart and is easy to train (Who says deaf dogs don’t listen? [Read More]). John is devoted and loyal and could easily be someone’s best buddy. He […]

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Sipsey~Adopted

Found at a camping site near the Sipsey river, this 2 year old Aussie boy is deaf blind.  He was adopted today by a former TDL adopter!  You can see more of his photos on Facebook!

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Niall~Adopted

Wow, this guy is stunning.  Animal Control doesn’t understand why such a gorgeous dog was not re-claimed.  He was not matted, or dirty, and his nails had been recently manicured… and once I met him, I couldn’t figure it out either. At first we were convinced that Niall is both deaf and blind, but I […]

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Cyndi Lauper~Adopted

My heart jumped when I saw this little girl at the shelter… I knew immediately she is deaf and blind in one eye.  I’ve been told she is a double dapple Doxie.  No wonder I fell in love with her, she is the equivalent to our double merles that we love so much.  She was […]

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Friendly Dog Collars

“FRIENDLY” Color Coded Green Semi-Choke Dog Collar & 4 Foot Leash Set (Known As Friendly) PREVENTS Dog Accidents By Warning Others of Your Dog in Advance! Here’s a great idea, just in time for the summer.  Whether you order one from the company, or shop around for collars like these, it’s a great idea to […]

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Phoebe Buffay~Adopted

Phoebe has been adopted and will go home on Monday. I don’t know what Sunny will do without her! Only Six Friends Puppies are Available for Adoption! Phoebe does have some visual limitations in her right eye. Her left eye appears normal. We are testing her hearing, but believe she is most likely deaf (not […]

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The Friends Puppies~Adopted

Update:  There are 10!!!! These pups are siblings of Juliet and Ralph. We are not going to engage in a discussion about their rescue at this time.  But we can tell you that each pup was hand-carried to Jen’s car by their owner/breeder.  Our focus is to spay/neuter, including their mother to stop future litters […]

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Come Pack!

In less than five years, The Dog Liberator has rescued, rehabilitated, trained and re-homed over two dozen deaf and/or blind dogs. They are simply amazing creatures that are in many ways extremely easy to train…   the concept of “come”, however, has posed many challenges. A vibrating collar, along with reward will help us train […]

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Here’s Johnny~Adopted

This young Aussie is an owner-surrender.  He has never been abused or neglected.  He has had all of his shots, been micro chipped, and neutered.  He is being fostered by Jen, and she reports that he’s all puppy!  He loves toys, especially tennis balls!  He’s friendly, great with other dogs, cats, and kids.  He has […]

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Ginger Doodle~Adopted

01/14/14 Update:  Ginger went to the vet today.  She was an instant hit, greeting everyone with the famous Aussie wiggle!  She will be groomed, get all of her shots, heartworm test and micro-chip.  She is one friendly little girl! 01/12/14 Update:  Ginger is an awesome little girl.  She is very affectionate and prefers to be […]

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Deaf Dogs Rock Auction~Ended

I’ll be a monkey’s uncle! The winner of this Auction is BoBo’s and John King’s Mom! Woo Hoo! A collection of goodies being auctioned on Ebay specifically for Deaf Dogs! Click here to Place your Bid Today! This is a special gift from our Rescue, The Dog Liberator to a very special person who has […]

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Sinatra~Adopted

11/23/13 Update:  Sinatra was adoped yesterday, by Beverly and her husband of North Port, FL!   Here’s a recent video of Sinatra playing with this little buddy, Milhouse! Sinatra is a young male Aussie, less than 12 months of age.  We believe he is deaf, and don’t believe he is visually impaired.  He is great […]

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Why Adopt a Deaf Dog?

“Why the heck should I consider a DEAF DOG?!” by Sandi Keene These were the words that kept playing in my head when Gisele told me about Juliet, the Australian Shepherd  and asked us to meet her. Why a deaf dog? Why us?! We just want another dog.  A NORMAL dog! Gisele had told me […]

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