Yankee Candles Donates to our Rescue!

Just Enter our Group ID, 990055884 I love them, don’t you?  Ozzie prefers the pine scented candles!  If you love Yankee candles, now you can purchase them from their online store, and help out!  Yankee Candles donates 40% of our sales profit to  TDL’s Veterinary Care Fund!  Click Today!  Here are more details: Dear Family, Friends […]

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Do Dogs Remember?

On July 9, 2010, my accountant, Kingsley Shinner contacted me about his mother’s dog.  I’ve known Kingsley since I moved to Deltona in 1989 and every year during tax time, I visited his office.  I had met his parents, and was saddened when I learned that his mother’s health was failing.  Kingsley helped guide me […]

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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! Gisele- As 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 […]

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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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Crystal – Zoe, RIP

Hi Gisele, It’s with a heavy heart that I write to tell you that our beautiful Zoe died of pancreatic and liver cancer today. You have rescued so many dogs that I don’t expect you to remember me or my daughter when we drove down from Amelia Island, Fl. and fell in love with a […]

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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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Mr. Breeze-Good things come to those who wait

Have you ever been in public, and seen someone that you know you know? You think hard to try to remember their name, but can’t. You literally hurt your brain trying to remember how you know them, where you met them, and it’s driving you insane, because you know you know them? That’s what I […]

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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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Star, the BC from Miami~Adopted

Star comes to us from Miami Dade Animal Services. While there, she was featured on their TV commercial promoting adoptions, but unlike most dogs, when Star’s time was up, they extended her stay, refusing not to give up on her. I can see why.  When Star was rescued, we also rescued Joey.  Joey is now […]

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Good News: We’re Positive He’s Negative!

Adopter Update on Chas, my TDL dog by Amy Benz Monday, June 20, 2011: Today was annual check-up day for my dogs, Chas and Shelby. As you may remember, Chas (formerly Billy Joel) is the border collie mix I adopted from TDL last summer. He’s the one that got me started working in rescue. When […]

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A Year of Fostering

Although I have been involved in rescue for many years, it was only at the end of last May that I started fostering for The Dog Liberator.  Of the 106 dogs that my family personally fostered and adopted out in those 12 months, the vast majority were puppies.  I thought it would be fun to […]

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Fall Puppy Adoptions

Last night Frosty went home, marking my 68th foster adoption since the end of May! Whew! I’m beat! I’m going to take a few weeks off from fostering to allow my family, house and yard to recover. I’ll start by steam cleaning my tile floors…… I’ve loved every one of the dogs that I have […]

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A New Year’s Message

There is no doubt that together, we are going to continue to do some awesome things next year. And special thanks to Olivia Frost for taking so many spectacular photos of our dogs!

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Our Last Transport of the Year

Our New Year’s Eve transport had us all very busy. This pack was rescued by Hope Master, and pulled from Rome, Georgia (Floyd County) before (literally) their final hour. Special thanks to Sarah White for helping the transport, and bringing her camera! First, we have a mother dog, Charlotte, who we believe to be a […]

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Harry Potter the Corgi in ACD Clothing ~ Adopted

Harry Potter is quite the little fellow. He is a Corgi through and through in personality and appearance, with one exception. When he got dressed in the morning, he reached into his closet and accidentally pulled out an Australian Cattle Dog suit! I think it looks quite dashing on him, but it is a bit, […]

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Cricket the Athletic Kelpie Puppy ~ Adopted

Cricket is a little Australian Kelpie, born around the beginning of September. This little girl was one of several puppies we rescued from The Dog Pound of Athens, Alabama. That was a hard day. We knew we could rescue 6 puppies, but there were over 30 there. How were we to chose? It was so […]

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Meet Jasper and Little Bear!

Update from Jesse, Video of Little Bear: Meet Da Boyz, Jasper and Little Bear! Written by Cynthia Harper: This is a whole lotta Aussie trouble I have here! Beautiful, loving, high energy, young boys. “Jasper” is the blue eyed, white faced merle, standard size who weighs about 55 lbs. He will be three this December. […]

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The Craig’s List Sisters, Asia and Sparrow – Sparrow Adopted

These two 6-month-old pups were on Craig’s list 2 weeks ago. Amy Benz called me in a panic when she noticed one of them was a white Aussie (red flag). She contacted the owners who confirmed that she is deaf and also mentioned casually that the brown one has a bad leg. I made a […]

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I’m Keeping China – About Deaf/Blind Dogs

I have found my true calling! To read China’s story, click here. To learn more about Asia, now called Kiss click here. To learn more about Velveteen, click here. To learn more about Sassafras, who was adopted, click here. To learn more about Skate, who was adopted, click here. Here are the Facebook comments that […]

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Our successful Adoptions from August to December, 2010

Thank you everyone for helping us save all of these wonderful companions.

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