I don't want to spend the rest of my life hiding!  ~ Pilgrim

I don’t want to spend the rest of my life hiding! ~ Pilgrim

This four month old red Aussie boy is very shy and unsure of himself.  He would benefit from basic puppy training classes so he can learn some tricks and be proud of himself!  There’s nothing like a “Good Boy” that fixes a pup’s self-esteem!

You can see many photos of him on Facebook!


Sipsey now Cyrus

Sipsey now Cyrus

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!



Hedwig is a 9 month old  male Aussie with quite a past. He comes to us from  Alabama but thanks to transport he is now in Deltona, FL.

Hedwig’s story begins with a breeder. He was one of 5 puppies which the breeder brought to the vet when it became apparent they were sick. When the vet diagnosed the litter with Parvo, the breeder left the pups at the vet!

Luckily a good Samaritan took the puppies in and gave them a chance. Hedwig was the runt of the litter, and almost died several times. Luckily he survived the ordeal and made his home with the good Samaritan where he lived until he began chasing after the horses and was almost kicked.  Because of the danger,  we were contacted and were happy to take this sweet little survivor.

Hedwig is one smart cookie and is quite the runner, but wasn’t a  big fan of agility training.

10356159_10152691686614792_238865206148466248_nWhy did we name him Hedwig?  Well not only is he white, like the owl from Harry Potter, but he is small! He is very small, possibly due to being the runt of the litter. He also has an adorable heart shaped nose! How cool is that? He is able to see and hear just fine which is awesome as we know Merle Aussies can have trouble with this.

1236851_10152691687114792_217105637610673277_nHedwig is also afraid of new things. He is not fear-aggressive, he simply shuts down. On transport he refused to walk on the leash and just quit. Maybe it was a bit too much change all at once.

You may remember a similar story from Courage, who also shut down on transport and had to be carried to the car. Courage went on to be a well adjusted dog and we expect Hedwig to do the same.  He is good with other dogs and will need a patient and firm owner to overcome his fears and build confidence.

Check out Hedwig’s photos on Facebook!










Beyond Gorgeous!

Beyond Gorgeous!

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 don’t think so yet!  He appeared to travel sound and be able to see quite well, but remember, these deafies are super smart and intuitive.  Deafies are so smart, most of the time their owners don’t know they are deaf!  Niall is one of those.   The only true way to see if a dog is deaf  is when they are alone, and asleep.  You enter the room, make slight noises (not vibrations) and see what happens!  Here’s what I do know… he responded to sounds and he did not “bump” into anything, and he came right to us repeatedly.  Much like China, he has adequate vision.

Can I come out and Play?

Can I come out and Play?

Niall is very young, maybe 1 less than 2 years old.  He is a real cuddle bug and has the Aussie Wiggle Butt.  He has been fully vetted, neutered, microchipped, however, the vet found that he is heartworm positive.  Heartworm is so easy and inexpensive to treat, I wonder if his owners got scared and gave him up thinking the treatment is expensive.  Niall will start his heartworm treatment and be negative in about 6-12 months.

Niall is so much like my China, I just know I’m going to fall in love big time!  And by the way, I thought Lilly was deaf/blind too, and she marched right into our rescue and never was!

Cuddles with his toy

Cuddles with his toy

You can see more of his photos on Facebook.

Update:  Niall is being fostered by Courtney, Ginger Doodle’s Mom!  He is incredibly affectionate and friendly.  He is learning everything super fast, including stairs!  He is housebroken and has amazing manners.  We will have more updates shortly.

Mr. Niall and Joey, his new name is Ban Joe!

Mr. Niall and Joey, his new name is Ban Joe!

10/27/14 Update:  We had a lot of great people who wanted to adopted Niall, and choosing wasn’t easy.  Niall was adopted yesterday by Joey!  We’re looking forward to updates soon!


I can’t tell Kristoff and Anna apart! They are twins! Kristoff is an Aussie boy, about 8 weeks of age. he is one of 4 of our Frozen puppies, 2 males and 2 females.  You can see more photos of him on Facebook.  We will have updates shortly!

Strike a Pose Pretty Boy!

Strike a Pose Pretty Boy!

Should Kristoff be on the cover of GQ for dogs?

10/02/14 Update:  The last of the Frozen puppies was adopted today by Chuck Viggiano of Clermont. Chuck and his wife are going to have a lot of fun with Kristoff. They have several grand children that can’t wait for school to be over today! Chuck recently lost his dog, and he described the emptiness of the house… not any more!!!

I'm going home!

I’m going home!

Isn’t it super cool to watch these unwanted dogs, full of fleas, worms, and emaciated be transformed into gorgeous creatures? We get to watch them to go wonderful homes where they are totally wanted and appreciated… where they will be well cared for and adored.


Sven, one of our Frozen Puppies

Sven, one of our Frozen Puppies

Sven, a male, is Aussie maybe Shepherd. He is a very calm and quiet puppy (so far) He loves to snuggle. He is about 8 weeks of age. He is one of four puppies, 2 males and 2 females. Sven is a real charmer and because of his dark coloring, he’s hard to photograph.  You can see more photos of him on Facebook.

Update:  If you are going to Disney and take your kids to the Frozen Sing-a-long… you’ll probably meet John – because he works there! John adopted Sven and Elsa and does not have plans to change their names!

Sven, Elsa, and John - everybody sing a long!

Sven, Elsa, and John – everybody sing a long!



Elsa, one of 4 of our Frozen Puppies

Elsa, one of 4 of our Frozen Puppies

Elsa is one of four puppies flown in yesterday by Volunteer Pilot, Jim Matthews.  She is an Aussie, maybe Lab or Collie mix.  Elsa is very affectionate and calm for a puppy!  You can see more photos of her on Facebook.  We will have more updates for you shortly.

Elsa and Sven, adopted Together!

Elsa and Sven, adopted Together!

Update:  If you are going to Disney and take your kids to the Frozen Sing-a-long… you’ll probably meet John – because he works there! John adopted Sven and Elsa and does not have any plans to change their names!


DSC_2913Anna is one of 4 Aussie pups we rescued from Chilton County, Alabama.  They were flown in thanks to volunteer Pilot Jim Matthews. Anna has something wrong with her hind leg, she is being x-rayed today. In the meantime, we are asking for donations toward her medical care. If you can donate, and virtually foster her, please visit our Virtual Foster page.

You can see more photos of her on Facebook.

09/29/14 Update:  Little Anna will not be available for adoption.  For those of you who have donated toward her medical care, I have sent you a personal email offering to refund your donation.  Anna is not operable.  Our Vet believes she was once hit by a car, and her pelvic bone is crushed.  While her leg was also broken, that’s the least of our Vet’s concerns. Bone fragments are seen throughout her organs, and preventing her from thriving.  I am so sorry to be the bearer of this heartbreaking news.  I will be spending the afternoon with her.

The Vet does not think she can make it through the surgery, and doesn’t believe that even a specialist can save her. We think she was hit by a car. Accidents happen. Anna is a spunky little puppy, and she is full of herself! She steals bones from her siblings, and won’t share! Watching her in this video, I can’t believe she is playing with a crushed pelvis. Dogs are truly amazing creatures.

Anna, the Aussie PuppyWe make decisions about our dogs as if they are our own dogs, and Anna is no exception. Even if she were to survive the surgery, her quality of life would be incredibly low.  So why is she playing in the video?  We believe that the injury happened when she was so young, she has been used to living with this pain.

I would like to thank my son Ryan, and his friend Nikki for taking the time the visit the puppies with me yesterday.  They had a blast, and they loved the cuddles and kisses.

Anna will never be forgotten, and it’s our job to find wonderful and loving homes for her siblings. They will have a full and happy life while Anna plays with our other dogs that are waiting at the Rainbow Bridge. Run along Anna, the pain is gone, be free, and spread your wings!

Little Wendy, A Very Polite Aussie Girl ~ Adopted


Little Wendy, a Very Polite Aussie Girl

Little Wendy, a Very Polite Aussie Girl

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 years old.

You can see more photos of her on Facebook.

Wendy has her own family now

Wendy has her own family now

09/14/14 Update:  Nathan and his wonderful family adopted Wendy today.  The family is from DelRay beach!

Doodle Bug~Adopted

Doodle Bug the Mini Aussie

Doodle Bug the Mini Aussie

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 mini aussie – just what he needs, a playmate!

Doodle Bug is going home!

Doodle Bug is going home!

Update:  Doodle Bug was adopted by Jeff and Sue from Atlantis, Florida.  He’ll have his own big sister to teach him how to play and be a good boy!


just a baby

just a baby

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 to chew on until her new teeth come in.  It was hard to guess her breed, but in order to explain those feet, we agreed maybe Great Pyrenees and Aussie.

After reviewing the paperwork, we learned that Madonna did have an owner, she was not a stray.  The statement reads that during the act of play, the dog tried to take the newspaper from the owner’s hand, and Madonna accidentally bit her.

Nacho, the resident cat at Newmans!

Nacho, the resident cat at Newmans!

We’ve all been bit during puppy play.  I’m not sure why the owner decided to surrender the pup, since it was an accident.  I remember playing with my border collie puppy on the couch many years ago, I zigged, she zagged, and we bumped each other, and she broke my tooth!  I was furious, but I didn’t get rid of the pup!

Madonna is going to be an active dog for quite a while.  Having a pack to play with will help drain her puppy energy.  I suspect that when she becomes an adult, she will be a wonderful and calm family dog.

You can see more photos of her on Facebook.

If you want to adopt from us, please visit Our Adoption Process.



08/07/14:  Madonna was adopted by Jackie of Kissimmee!


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

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 about 2. He has mild separation anxiety, has been crate-trained, and not thunder phobic. He is great with my little 4 pound Rosie, and has no prey drive. He is incredibly friendly and loving, and adores my daughter, Sarah. Leo is a wonderful family dog!

right off transport, Leonardo made friends quickly!

right off transport, Leonardo made friends quickly!

This stunning young boy arrived yesterday, and he is amazing. Affectionate and loving.  Estimated to be about six years old, he’s going to make an awesome family dog!  He is at the vet, and going to be examined, and start his heartworm treatment early this week!  We want to thank Jeanette and Lee for dropping everything and transporting them to us yesterday.  Jeanette kept saying, “I can’t believe he was a stray, he’s such a good boy.”    Who wouldn’t want a fully trained dog?

You can see more photos of him on Facebook.


A special thank you to those who donated toward his medical care.


Attention TDL Peeps. We have said YES to this dog, without asking in advance for your commitment to help us with his veterinary care needs. This gorgeous dog is HW+, due to no fault of his own, but because his people failed to keep him protected. There is no reason why a highly adoptable dog like this one, should be put down because of his previous owner’s negligence. He passed the temperament test with flying colors… so I say to you… Let’s Do This! If you’d like to donate toward his medical care, please visit http://thedogliberator.com/virtual-foster/

Shelter Photo

Shelter Photo

Dear Rescue:

This is a 6+ year old male Sheltie (Apollo) in the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter, a high-kill animal control shelter in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. This beautiful boy recently tested positive for heartworms, which is usually a very immediate death sentence for Metro dogs.

This gorgeous boy is a volunteer FAVORITE, due, of course, to his captivating beauty and perfect temperament. He has a sociable, energetic personality and plays wonderfully with other dogs and children. His SAFER assessment indicates that he’d make a wonderful pet for adults, families with children, and seniors; we have no doubt that he could be adopted out very quickly. He came to the shelter as a stray on 6/19/14, he will be euthanized quickly based on his HW status if rescue cannot be arranged. I am attaching pictures, his cage card, and his behavioral assessment for your consideration. ~ Thank you

William Wallace ~ Adopted

William "Loyal" Wallace!

William “Loyal” Wallace!

We apologize for the lack of photos of this gorgeous boy, but it’s been raining and getting the dogs to cooperate with the camera has not been easy!  William is absolutely stunning.  He is estimated to be three to five years old.  This Aussie is fully trained.  He was someone’s little man at one point, he is very focused on his human.  He hangs out with other dogs, but does not initiate play.  He’s all about his people!  He really reminds me of Jaffe.  If you’ve ever met Jaffe, you’ll notice that he never takes his eyes of his human, Gary Jones.  Jaffe gives the word obedient a new meaning!

"I'm a beautiful boy, and I don't belong here at all!"

“I’m a beautiful boy, and I don’t belong here at all!”

William is a quiet and polite Aussie, very calm, and only wants to please his master!  Just add water and stir!

You can view all of his photos on Facebook.

William and Ray with Newman Deltona

William and Ray with Newman Deltona

Because William was never heartworm tested, we transported him from Ocala to me in Deltona yesterday.  I took him straight to the vet.  The news was not good.  He is positive.  While I’m not afraid of heartworm or the treatment, I still sat in the waiting room and cried.  Why?  Because I had to call his future Mom, Rosie and give her the bad news.  William was examined by Dr. Kim and will be examined by Dr. Oliver today and we will create a treatment plan for him.

I just visited with William after  his groom, he looks awesome.  After intense grooming, we found multiple bite barks over his body, his legs, inside of his thighs, the back of his head and back.  For some reason, William was viciously attacked by another dog(s).  If only dogs could talk.

I'm Going Home!  ~ William Wallace

I’m Going Home! ~ William Wallace

07/09/14 Update:  William was adopted Tuesday, by Rosie.  Updates coming soon!

Bette Midler~Adopted

the life of the party!

the life of the party!

We posted her photo on Facebook, and within hours a former adopter of one of our Friends Puppies said… “Mine!  My puppy needs a playmate!”

Going Home!

Going Home!

That was just too easy!  You can see more of her photos on Facebook, and we will share her adoption photos after she is vetted and spayed!

Bette was adopted and playing with Janice, a Friends Puppy!

Bon Jovi~Adopted

his name was Casper, here's his shelter photo

his name was Casper, here’s his shelter photo

Jen Wilson saw this little guy on Facebook, and went into action!  She found a friend who would get him out and they drove like crazy to get him to her place.  He had a large gash near his mouth, that our vet sewed up (it was narly).  He was afraid at first, and needs reassurance, but he’s making huge progress every day!



Jen wrote:  I dunno why you humans keep saying “u are too big for a lap dog” I will make myself fit. I need to be snuggled cause right Now I’m a scared boy.  I don’t like a lot of loud noises or loud talking. But I am learning that people like to scratch my butt and my ears and I like it to…my song for the day “lay your hands on me” go-ahead imma letcha!  Hugs ~ Bon Jovi”

Yes, I am a velcro dog!

Yes, I am a velcro dog!

Bon Jovi is estimated to be 1-2 years of age, about 50 pounds.  He has been fully vetted, micro-chipped and neutered.  You can see more photos of him on Facebook.










Bon Jovi is going home!

Bon Jovi is going home!

07/04/14 Update:  Bon Jovi was adopted last night by Presley of Titusville! She fell in love with him immediately! Woo Hoo!

Little Sydney~Adopted

Little Sydney, the MiniI am an 8 month old mini Aussie. My Mom loves me, but she has to travel overseas a lot and didn’t think it was fair that I was doggie sat the whole time she was gone. I’m going to really miss my Mom, but I’m ready to be part of a new family! I weigh 30 pounds, I am spayed, fully vetted, I am very friendly and I love to play with other dogs!  I’ve had obedience training. My Mom was hoping I would become a therapy dog… but with the right family, I can be anything, because I’m really smart! I’m being fostered in Boynton Beach, and I am available for Adoption!

SydneyYou can see more photos of me on Facebook.

If you would like to meet me, please visit http://thedogliberator.com/our-adoption-process/

Sydney & Wenona

Sydney & Wenona


This little girl was adopted on Wednesday by Wenona!  Anxious to get updates on this perfect match!

Boscoe the Brindle Bossie – Adopted

05/14/14 Update: Happy Anniversary Boscoe (now Brisco), it’s been four years since you found your forever home!  Here’s an awesome adoption update! Check out his photos on Facebook!


BoscoeAs we celebrate Brisco’s 4th anniversary with us all I can say is that I am so thankful for you saving him so we could find him. People talk about their heart dogs. My heart dog is Maggie, but bringing Brisco into our lives has made me believe that if it is possible to have more than one at a time he is mine also. Brisco lives life loud and with gusto! He is also one of the sweetest and loving dogs I have ever met. When we brought him into this house he became best friends with our girl Maggie who is not always readily accepting of new dogs. They bonded from day one and are still bff”s to this day. She is10 yrs old but will still play and wrestle with him and put up with his baussieness.

He teaches me so much everyday. The first and foremost thing is that Border Collie/Aussie crosses are the smartest dogs on the planet by far with a side helping of attitude. This makes them a blast to train with. We started out doing agility,which he is great at, but the high energy atmosphere of a trial environment is too much for him, so I changed directions with him and started one of my favorite things to do with dogs- Trick Training! We just received his Novice Trick Dog Title from Kyra Sundance and Do more with Your Dog. We will be trying out for his Intermediate level next in a month or so, we are just polishing up a couple of the tricks to qualify. He loves it and brings me so much joy watching him do his stuff! Watching him learn and try new stuff is the best thing in the world.

Boscoe the Trick Dog!We are also working on our dancing skills and I see some Canine Freestyle happening in his future.

If you can’t tell we love him so much! He is a beautiful, smart, loving, wonderful boy! He brings joy into our lives every moment! I am so grateful that you were able to save him and that he came into our lives.

I have attached some pics for you too. His trick title, An easter pic, and a pic of him and his bff Maggie, one with dad

Hugs& Kisses- Brisco, Mary & Ben

History:  Boscoe may be a Border Collie/Aussie mix, which is what we refer to as a Bossie! But where did he get that Brindle color? I’m clueless! I’ll let my group of seasoned rescuers chime in on this debate! Boscoe is smaller than a typical Border Collie, maybe 25-30 pounds. He’s very young, less than a year old.

He was pulled by Terry Watts in Panama City, fostered, and transported to us thanks to Lisa Groeninger, and my friend Derm who was doggie sitting at my house last weekend. Well, needless to say, Derm is crazy about Boscoe. His favorite thing to do is round up every ball he can find, and decide which one to play with. Before he gets himself frustrated, he then decides to play with them all… at the same time!

Boscoe is absolutely gorgeous, and has the face of my Ozzie. He’s very much the clown, and he would do great with another dog in his life. Boscoe will need a fenced-in yard, an active family, and again, a playmate that has his energy. And here’s the big plus…. ready? I believe Boscoe gets along with cats… What a plus, eh? Update: Okay we all know that Boscoe looks a lot like my Ozzie, but they must be related somehow, because they both LOVE to play and seem to have the same temperament. Ozzie loves little kittens and young pups, and Boscoe seems to be the same. But you better have a lot of balls to play with, all different sizes and have a good throwing arm, because this frat boy is serious about his toys! What else? He squats when he pees (shhhh don’t tell the ladies, we don’t want him to have a complex). In short, he’s just a very happy boy, and I have no clue what the heck he was doing at a kill shelter. None. So thanks to Terry Watts who pulled him and asked him to come to us!

Here’s Boscoe with his new foster, Betty Acosta!

Foster Update: Boscoe is one of the coolest dogs I have ever met. This little guy is soooooo smart. This week we worked on some basic obedience and tried out some agility. He gets along so well with the rest of my pack (10 other dogs) and has everlasting energy. We worked on some crate games to get him to not just like his crate but LOVE his crate. He’s doing AWESOME! He’s learned how to Sit, Down, Place, Crate and is working on his recall. As far as agility goes, this little guy learned to climb the A-frame, jump over some 14″ jumps, sit and down on a pause table and is getting comfortable with the tire jump. He also hungout, watched TV and chilled indoors with his foster family. He’s very well behaved indoors and loves to give affection. Lets see what this next week will bring us.

Betty A.

Boscoe Learning Agility!

Boscoe has been adopted by professional agility trainers! It was bittersweet for Betty, she really fell in love with him, but she is thrilled knowing that Boscoe will more than likely be a superstar very soon! We’re looking forward to updates.

Update 05/19/10: Gisele: I’m so happy for him! He deserves this Giselle. Look at what you did for Boscoe! This makes me want to cry. ~Betty Acosta


Boscoe is doing fine! He is getting along great with all my girls. He has started to notice my cats more, but just barking, no aggression. He will leave them when I call him, so we are good there. He is a very beautiful and lovey boy. My catahoula mix Maggie and he sleep together and just hang out together.

He is working on up and off, since my dogs are allowed on my furniture, but they need to be asked on and get off when I tell them. He has also been learning to wait quietly for his breakfast and dinner. He is working on longer sits and downs. I have been playing some tug games with him and working on fetch(he likes to play keep away with me and Tasha). We have also been learning the touch game. I love his focus when he works.

He goes to the vet tomorrow for his checkup. Then he will go to an agility class with me, more for socialization and exposure, than actually working the equipment. There are 2 really friendly dogs in the class that he will have fun interacting with, plus I want to expose him to all the movement. One of the dogs is a high drive border collie.

We have gone on walks in my neighborhood and I am very pleased with his leash walking skills, not perfect, but really good for 10 months in a new environment.

You did a great job working with him while he was at your home.

Here are a couple of pics of him and my husband on the ride home from Plant City. I will have more pics for you soon and maybe a video. We have a fun match with our local agility club this Saturday which I am helping with, so I will try to update on Sunday again.

Thanks again- you guys do a great job!!! ~Mary

Now is time for me to thank the real rescuer here, Terry Watts of Panama City who would not let Boscoe be put down. She waited for transport, and I believe that Sue Bruce helped us get him transported, and it was our Lisa G. that picked him up and brought him to my home, while I was on vacation. My friend Derm who was house-sitting fell in love with this boy immediately, and Boscoe was part of the pack right away! Thank you Terry!

And Extra Special Thanks to Betty who recognized Boscoe’s talents, took him under her wing, and made him shine!

December 9th Update:

Here are 2 pictures of Brisco (Boscoe). He doesn’t have any Xmas gear on, but he is not much for dressing up. They were however taken last weekend so they are December pictures. Hope that counts for holiday!

Ross Geller~Adopted

Ross ~ Adopted!

Ross ~ Adopted!

Update: Ross was adopted by Katie and Paul of Orlando last night! What a sweet boy he is, he has to learn to get along and be polite with their cat! I’m confident he’ll be a gentleman!

Only Six Friends Puppies are Available for Adoption!

Likes to play in the dirt!

Likes to play in the dirt!

Ross is laid back, and happy if he can lay in the dirt! He has very much a collie-like temperament! He is one of 10 of the Friends Puppies.

Visit the Friends Puppies Page for more information.

"It's Never off the table!"

“It’s Never off the table!”

You can see more of his photos on Facebook.

Rachel Green~Adopted

"Warning, I give Kisses!"  ~ rachel

“Warning, I give Kisses!” ~ rachel

Rachel was adopted by Scott and Brett of Jacksonville! She is going to be spoiled!

Only Six Friends Puppies are Available for Adoption!

Look at that pink nose!

Look at that pink nose!

Isn’t she gorgeous?  She is one of 10 Friends puppies.  You can see more of her photos on Facebook, or visit the Friends Puppies Page!

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 BuffayPhoebe 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 confirmed). She is a doll baby and is being fostered by Jen!

You can see more of her photos on Facebook, or visit the Friends Puppies Page for more information.

"my little puppy!" "my tiny human!"

“my little puppy!”
“my tiny human!”

Update:  Phoebe was adopted, has two little female humans to play with and a very large but gentle German Shepherd to teach her the ropes… all in Port St. Lucie!


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