Emerging from the Pack

Written By Serena Drake Once you make your mark in the TDL Pack, it’s your pack for life! My journey began late in 2012. I was the new Groomer at Val-u-vet (later named Newman’s) and quickly became acquainted with Gisele and her rescues. I became an essential part of the pack by ensuring the new […]

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TDL 2014 Calendar

Click here to order and see a brief glimpse of our 2013 Volunteers, Rescued Dogs, and their New Families

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Sarah Veilleux

I’m not one to brag, but it’s amazing to look back over the past four years and realize that my children have had as much of an impact on our rescue efforts as I have. With regard to Sarah, at first, letting go was hard for her. She would say goodbye, one dog at a […]

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BoBo Gives Back

Written by Laura Leigh Burke Sometime in 2011, my Facebook feed introduced me to the Dog Liberator with the story of Chance (Rhys).  I remember reading his story and sobbing at my computer desk.  I could not comprehend how anyone could do such a thing to any living creature but I was so happy to […]

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Leonard Sharp Needs Our Help

  We have a FRIEND in need.  His name is Leonard Sharp.  Ohhh, you may know him just as “Leonard” . . . .but he is a dear friend to all who know him.  He is a crusty, old, retired Army pilot but a pussy cat, really, especially to the animals.  Last weekend, Leonard’s house […]

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Prayers for Paul

Ron & Dawn Sweeney have been very active in our rescue for many years.  They adopted Bling, now Nougat in 2010 and then Noah, now Cooper.  I can always count on their support.  Recently they have been donating Baseball tickets for TDL to Auction, and during Earth Day, Dawn made home made doggie treats, they […]

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The Wilson Pack

On November 24, 2009 a gorgeous Aussie boy, that I named Cool Hand Luke, was surrendered to me by his owner. After he was vetted and neutered, on November 29th, I posted his photos on Facebook.  I immediately received an email from the Wilson Family.  They dropped everything and drove to my home me meet […]

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BoBo

Great News!  Laura Leigh Hoening Burk has offered to drive BoBo from Lake City to me in Deltona, where he’ll hang out with my pack and my family until his Mom gets better.  BoBo’s adopter has faced multiple surgeries on her knee lately, and the amount of physical therapy she will need will be brutal. […]

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Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid

July 22, 2012:  I slept with one eye open last night again.  Bart was coughing quite a bit, but in just a few minutes, he settled down and was quiet.  I think I heard him cough 10 times throughout the night, but it was only one good cough every hour versus constant.  I think all […]

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What’s New?

We Did It! Not only were we approved by the State of Florida to receive donations, but we have been recognized by the IRS as a charitable organization, i.e., a 501c3 tax-exempt rescue.  Woo Hoo!  This took a lot of work to prepare and file.  I want to thank Jennifer Grady for her help in […]

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Fostering for TDL

Every day there are thousands and thousands of dogs needing homes. We have to make ours stand out, and we do that by providing all the details that we can. It is why we do not aspire to ever have a shelter, but to remain a network of fosters. Only fosters can provide intimate details […]

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Sunday Evening with The Dog Liberator

Puppies are a lot of work, but they’re a lot of fun too. It is so wonderful to see the puppies play with each other and us. It is what makes them so ready for their forever home! In this video are KitKat the Border Collie, Cricket the Kelpie, Kipper the Rat Terrier, Pippin and […]

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