GiGi ~ Adopted!

GiGi is about 7 years old, heartworm negative and has been very well cared for by her former owner, who passed away recently.  Lost and confused, GiGi was afraid of strangers, and we felt she didn’t stand a chance at a shelter/pound. GiGi is very affectionate, and eager to please.  Her vision is not that […]

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Big George-RIP

George is a purebred, papered Border Collie. He was adopted by a local rescue (un-neutered) last year, but his owners have serious allergies, and regretfully have to give him up. George is good with cats, but he is obsessed with water! He bolts when he hears the shower running, and will jump in the tub […]

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Mic~Adopted

Mic is a mini Aussie, less than 30 pounds.  Mic arrived at my home last night.  His owner and I have been talking for almost two weeks now.  His owner lived in the Tampa area and was forced to move to Orlando with his brother.  After 23 years at the same job, he was let […]

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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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Why Spay? About Pyometra

If you love your female dog, and she is not spayed yet, for whatever reason, you really should read this information, and make an appointment with your vet to have your female spayed. When my Reckless went into heat at the age of nine, it seemed to me like her heat cycle would never end. I […]

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Sheba~Adopted

Sheba is an awesome little girl. She is very affectionate, gets along with other animals, and is quiet. Sheba has NO health issues. She is a purebred Papillon, and she is ten years old.  She uses puppy pads to wee wee like a good girl!  You can see her photos on Facebook. I’ve had Sheba […]

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Jack from Roswell~Adopted

I received an email yesterday from Terri Friday, describing her foster dog, Jack.  The more I read, the more impressed I was of her dedication and knowledge of her foster dog.  She has been fostering Jack on an off for about a year now, and she is not going to give up on him.  Terry […]

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Dumpster Dog? Sammy in Valdosta-pending

Gisele: One of the main peeps in our group highly recommended you which is why i contacted in the first place. After thinking it over, I think turning Sammy over as a dog liberator dog would end up best for him. I don’t mind at all to continue fostering him. Im slowly getting him to […]

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Adopting a Senior Dog

Click here to learn more about all of our Senior Dogs. Music in this video can be purchased below:

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Jaffe~RIP

07/11/14: Dear Sweet Jaffe passed away this morning. He will be missed and never forgotten. During the week of January 18, 2010, I received a call from a shelter in Brunswick, Georgia.  A family was distraught at having to turn in their ten year old Border Collie. “But it’s not my dog,” the woman explained […]

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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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Chaz-Ma-Taz~Adopted

02/15/13 Update:  Chaz is one of those dogs that gets overlooked because he is so easy.  He has no issues, he has not been abused, he has been loved all of his life.  He’s just easy peasy!  What you see is what you get!  He likes to look over the yard and watch attentively, he […]

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Little Grace~Adopted

Little Grace is being fostered in Deltona by Gisele. She is very quiet and well-behaved. She got the full treatment at Val-u-Vet, including grooming by Serena Drake! She did test positive for heartworm, but that doesn’t scare us one bit! She’s a very healthy girl, and we’re starting her heartworm treatment (slow kill) right away. […]

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How to Surrender Your Dog

There are a million reasons why people have to give up their pet.  Some of the reasons are good ones, and some are not.  Regardless, if a person doesn’t want their dog anymore… why wouldn’t we want to help the dog find a home where he’s wanted? In today’s economy, it’s getting harder and harder […]

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Holiday Pets: Doc’s Stew

A Gift: I received a very large package from Fedex yesterday, and it was full of goodies from Andi Brown.  Here’s how my dogs reacted! I’m a true believer in this line of products. When I have a sick dog, like Bart for example, all the medicine in the world can’t necessarily save a dog’s […]

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Canine Connect Shelter Prevention

Shelter Prevention? It’s new, it’s exciting and it’s about time!  Throughout The Dog Liberator’s history, we have re-homed strays and owner-surrenders.  Why wouldn’t we do everything we can to prevent dogs from going to the pound? We see what happens on Craig’s list every day.  Dogs that are adopted “free to a good home” are […]

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Little Nitro, the Aussie~RIP

08/23/12 Update:   It was with deep sadness that I share the loss of our Little Nitro. Hi Lynne and Gisele, This is not an easy email to send, but our dear Nitro was diagnosed with Advanced Lymphoma on Monday. Our Boy was still playing Frisbee on Saturday and collapsed on Sunday and went to […]

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Holyfield, Fighting for Love ~ Adopted

What did I do wrong? Why am I here? I don’t understand….I gave all my love to my family, played fetch, laid at their feet, looked after them while they slept, nuzzled and licked and loved all they would let me. I didn’t potty in the house. I just don’t know why they don’t love […]

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If you are forced to leave your home Do Not Abandon your Pets

Click here to read more about this Christmas Collie, found starving to death only two miles away from my home.  This collie was rescued, had full-sponsorship, was receiving medical care, had a permanent foster home, and transport arranged in less than 24 hours. Give Rescue a Chance.

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