Jalo Revisited

One year after Jalo now Gidget was adopted, I asked Mary to provide us with an update, hoping she could share with us the joys of adopting a Senior dog!  Mary writes: And of course, this little Sheltie, Jalo, came home with me… when I first saw Jalo (now Gidget) walk up my driveway, she […]

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Ralph Lauren~Adopted

If you are new to TDL, don’t let this be a shocker, but I am NOT a puppy person!  Yet, I am fostering this little boy!  I describe puppies are little terrorists, or little aliens!  They are a lot of work.  This little boy has been taken away from his mother and his pack.  He […]

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Juliet~Adopted

A local breeder sent me an urgent message on Facebook to help her with her two dogs.  One, a young female and another a baby male.  At the time, I was full, but she was patient and waited for an opening.  In the meantime, I frantically asked for sponsorship, and it didn’t take long before […]

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White Aussies Coming Soon

We want to thank our Facebook followers for their donations to our Veterinary Care Fund to sponsor these two beautiful dogs.  One, a very young adult female, and another baby male.  We are working on preparing foster homes for them, and they will be arriving shortly.  Please visit our Virtual Foster page for details on […]

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Squeeze~Adopted

Squeeze is an eight month-old Aussie that is, for the most part, is deaf.  She has limited vision, but gets around beautifully.  She adores kids, and other dogs.  She is quiet in her crate (most deaf dogs are not) and is fairly good on leash.   Her owner in Alabama has suddenly become very ill […]

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Maddon~Adopted

I had a chance to meet Maddon yesterday, named after Joe Maddon. He is everything a normal puppy should be. Calm and quiet at times, rambunctious and playful when it’s time to play! He has incredible hearing, and being blind doesn’t bother him one bit. As a matter of fact, from a distance, no one […]

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Jen’s Puppies

Jennifer Wilson spotted this little visually impaired Puppy in Dothan, Alabama and drove half-way to meet the owners so TDL could find him a perfect home.  Upon arriving, two more litter mates hitched a ride!  All of the pups are just now turning 8 weeks of age.  They will have their second booster shot this […]

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The Wilson Pack

On November 24, 2009 a gorgeous Aussie boy, that I named Cool Hand Luke, was surrendered to me by his owner. After he was vetted and neutered, on November 29th, I posted his photos on Facebook.  I immediately received an email from the Wilson Family.  They dropped everything and drove to my home me meet […]

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Deaf Dogs Hear with Their Hearts

New:  Now Available in EBook format! The latest publication from The Dog Liberator is China’s Story – Deaf Dogs Hear with Their Hearts.  As all of our published books, many other rescued dogs are mentioned.  China’s story discusses many of the shy and fearful dogs we have rehabilitated, including Nutella, and shares stories about many […]

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Anderson Cooper~Adopted

Update:  Anderson was adopted Saturday by Antonio and Sandy of Ocoee! Jen Wilson sent me a photo of this boy, who was from Polk County Animal Services.  I called on his status, and the next day, Jen went to meet him.  We were not yet approved to pull from this shelter, but Jen had all […]

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Let it Go – Stop Feeling Sorry For Your Dog

This article explains why it is unhealthy to pity or feel sorry for your dog. No matter what your dog has been through, pity will create behavioral issues. This article explains that most dog-owners, especially those who have adopted a rescued dog, don’t realize that feeling sorry for your dog does emotional harm. All Dogs Should […]

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Little Miss Muffet~Adopted

Little Miss Muffet is a Black 7 year-old Female Toy Poodle.  She is blind but that doesn’t stop her, heck it doesn’t even slow her down! She absolutely adores my children (Ages 4 and 6) when she hears them she just jumps and spins around waiting for one of them to come snatch her up… […]

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Barcley Dog Park, DeLand

We had a wonderful day at Barcley Dog Parkin DeLand.  I found that the park would be perfect for our future reunions. What made me happy is that Winter remembered me; but it’s only been one week since I last saw him!  What I noticed is that all of our dogs are “home”. Winter, Lilly, […]

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The Chosen Ones, Owning a Deaf Dog

Regardless of the dog you have today, the dog your friend or neighbor has, or the dog you may adopt tomorrow, one day you will encounter a deaf and/or blind dog.  The information in this article will help you and your dog tremendously! Written by Christopher Chosy My wife and I have a beautiful 2 […]

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Winter~Adopted

02/26/13 Dale Writes: Yea, so…..how cool is it that after only a week & a 1/2 Rider has learned my work schedule and is waiting out by the gate every day when I turn up, the driveway. Okay, now here’s the downside – cute but downside = It appears that when he comes out to […]

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Bailey’s Irish Cream~Adopted

1/18/13 Update: Today, Baileys has all of the self-confidence a good dog needs! He has learned a lot of social skills with Mary, and his time in foster care has been time well spent. He is a love bug, and is incredibly smart. Mary, and her dog Gidget (Jalo) are enjoying his company, and he […]

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Diva~Adopted

This is a stunning lethal white Aussie female that was rescued from Georgia and is being fostered by the Baxleys.  She is 3-4 years of age, very intelligent, easy to train and loving.  Diva reminds me a lot of China.  I had the opportunity to personally meet Diva while visiting Hall County Animal Services.  I’m […]

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Preparing a Dog that is Going Blind or Deaf by Cesar

Nice article by Cesar:  http://www.cesarsway.com/dog-care/senior-dog/Preparing-a-Dog-that-is-Going-Blind-or-Deaf?utm_source=BlueHornet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Aug12NL_2

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Knish, the Catahoula/Aussie~Adopted

Update: Knish is being fostered in the Orlando area. I find it amazing that everyone who has come in contact with this little dog has helped her with her training and her self-esteem. Today, her foster writes that she is amazing on leash, very intelligent, knows her commands, and is a joy to foster. We […]

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