Bart Revisited

09/07/13 Update:  It’s been one year since Bart was adopted.  I guess I can let my hair down now!  I never stopped to think about what was going on during those sleepless nights, I was on auto pilot.  All I could think about was Goldie Hawn, and desperately trying to do more, do different, do […]

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Fired Up, Frantic, and Freaked Out

A must read to help you manage your out-of-control crazy hyper dog!  It’s easier than you think! on Kindle:

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The Other End of the Leash

This is a must read to understand the difference between human and canine behavior. The Kindle Version:

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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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Irreconcilable Differences

The Battle for the Heart & Soul of America’s Animal Shelters, by Nathan J Winograd The battle lines have been drawn: No Kill advocates on one side. Those who kill sheltered animals on the other. Can’t we all just get along? Irreconcilable Differences says we can’t because shelters act in ways which are the antithesis […]

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Huckleberry Revisited

I get a lot of email from our followers asking for updates on our dogs. Since Huckleberry’s story was so closely followed and adored, we have decided to write his entire story and publish it!  We have interviewed people, added their comments, gone back through old emails and text messages, and interviewed Huckleberry’s new family […]

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The Story of Penelope, by Gisele Veilleux

Arthur, an inquisitive but typical elementary school boy and his four-year old sister, are thrilled when their Mom brings home a new little puppy, Penelope.  It does not take long before Penelope becomes a young adult dog.  Much to their surprise, Penelope shows dominant behaviors when she tries to bite both Arthur and his little […]

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The Christmas Collie

Last night, December 12th at 5:30 PM, I received a local call from a gentleman named Phil. There was a slight urgency in his voice and I prepared myself for the typical, “he’s such a sweet dog, and I’m moving.” Not this time. Phil told me that on Saturday, December 10th, he was renovating a […]

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Book Review: How Quentin Survived the Gas Chamber to Speak for Animals on Death Row

This is a must read for anyone who is involved in rescue. How Quentin Survived the Gas Chamber to Speak for Animals on Death Row, written by the wonderful Randy Grim.

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Book Review – Fifteen Legs

Where is all started.  The birth of the internet, email, yahoo groups and cell phones.  Even before texting, a yahoo group was formed called Otra (On the Road Again) and created a ways and means to pull and transport dogs from kill shelters to rescue.  This is an awesome book!

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Volunteering 101

It’s not just about fostering or doing doggie doo doo duty! When you visit my TDL Peeps page, you’ll see a gallery of photos of our awesome volunteers.  What do they do?   You name it!  No matter how small or how enormous the job is, if you want to volunteer for your local shelter, […]

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Book Review: The E-Myth Revisited

The E-Myth Revisited is a book that I have been recommending for years.  It changed the way I thought about starting and running a business.  Every page was a major ah ha moment for me.  When volunteers want to get even more involved with our rescue, I suggest that the read the book so that […]

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Andi Brown and The Whole Pet Diet

Get ready people!  Andi Brown is coming out with a new line for our doggies!  It’s named after Doc, the pup she adopted from us!  I can’t wait to get my hands on this!   History:  It’s been four weeks since Holly and I started making our own dog food.  There are three reasons for […]

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Book Review, Homer’s Odyssey

Reviewed by Jennifer Moore: Homer’s Odyssey Homer was found abandoned at two weeks of age with such a severe eye infection that it threatened his young life.  He was taken to a young, idealistic vet who didn’t have the heart to give up on him and felt he was special enough to be given a […]

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Book Review – Flawed Dogs

I just finished Flawed Dogs, and it was hilarious! Now I’m going to read it again to my daughter, Sarah. The story is about a purebred dog who is shipped to his owner, only to escape, be re-owned, lost again, and ends up at the pound. How does it end? Can’t tell ya! But if […]

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