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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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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Elsie~Adopted

This gorgeous girl was rescued from Baldwin County, and her actual foster wanted to keep her!  Unfortunately she doesn’t feel that now is good time to have a new dog financially.  Details coming soon!Elsie has quite a story to tell. After interviewing her foster Mom, we believe that Elsie has been abused. If you raise your […]

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William Wallace ~ Adopted

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 […]

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Pork Chop~Adopted

I was not at all surprised when Laura Burk informed me that Pork Chop would be her Valentines Gift from her family!  Porch Chop is now part of our Dog Liberator pack!  I just love foster failures, don’t you? When we saw this tiny baby spaniel pup’s photo, we all melted.  Said to be a […]

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Bennett’s Boots~Adopted

All eyes were  on this little boy, who was named Shaggy.  Rescued from Baldwin County, Alabama, he was chosen to be Jeff Bennett’s 2,000th dog.  There were a lot of people wanting to pet him, a lot of cameras, and noisy airplanes flying around, but he did very well considering the chaos!  The documentary, “Tales […]

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One Little Indian, the Border Collie-Adopted

When Holly and I first saw Indian’s stunning photo, we both wanted him. I called the shelter, and there was no euthanasia date set, but I indicated I would take him on January 31st. The shelter was very gracious, giving me a few days while I tried to arrange transport, however, when February 3rd came, […]

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