The Walk: Tools and Tips

The Walk: Tools and Tips Written by Jessica Purvis, adopter of Tobuscus If walking your dog leaves you frustrated, stressed – and your dog still bouncing off the walls, you probably want to read this article. Being in control of your dog doesn’t mean that you need to keep your dog on a rigid tight leash […]

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Friendly Dog Collars

“FRIENDLY” Color Coded Green Semi-Choke Dog Collar & 4 Foot Leash Set (Known As Friendly) PREVENTS Dog Accidents By Warning Others of Your Dog in Advance! Here’s a great idea, just in time for the summer.  Whether you order one from the company, or shop around for collars like these, it’s a great idea to […]

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Protective or Scared

When people describe their dogs to me, even people I have never met, for example, while I’m waiting at the vet, they will explain that their dog is “protective”.   So while their dog is growling and showing its teeth at me, and trying to lunge at me, the owner writes it off and gives […]

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Got Munchies?

Know that cutting up your chip or cereal bag in half can save your dog’s life.  Thank you Anita and Stepher!  Please research this. Here’s the Facebook page.  It reads:  Educating the public on the suffocation risks our pets face from chip bags and other products. This page is dedicated to the memory of Blue, […]

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Canine Reboot

I’ve done this dozens of times… talked to owners who are frustrated with their dogs.  Wanting their dogs to be balanced, and happy.  Sometimes it’s the wife that hates the dog, sometimes it’s the husband.  Sometimes the dog doesn’t like the kids, or the grandparents.  Dog fights, cat fights… you name it. One of the […]

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TDL Sponsors Free Dog Training with Paul Pipitone

I’m very happy to announce that  The Dog Liberator is sponsoring a free one-hour dog training session with Paul Pipitone, Dog’s Best Friend of Central Florida at Aloma Jancy Animal Hospital.  The next training session will be announced. We are hoping these free sessions generate interest, because my intention is to provide them on the […]

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Bringing Your New Dog Home

So, you’re considering adopting a dog from The Dog Liberator.  If it is one of the puppies that I foster, we’re going to spend some time talking, and I’m going to share with you a lot of tidbits that I have learned over the years.  And then you’re going to get home with you puppy […]

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Training Event by Dog’s Best Friend of Central Florida

This Training event is from 11:00AM – 2:00 PM. Aloma Jancy Animal Hospital 3370 Pet Country Court Oviedo, FL 32765 (407) 671-1183 Hello again everyone. Last month’s free seminar went so well that I’ve decided to do it again. The date for the seminar is April 30th and the venue for this one will be […]

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Great Websites for Training Deaf Dogs

Special thanks to Fritzi for sending us this great information! http://www.onlinedogcoach.com/index/articles/recent/hand-signals-for-deaf-dogs I do like this method and by chance, it’s the closest to the one I use. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuFEQA7bxOo This video has quite a few signs for dogs. The woman is using ASL only and not the common obedience commands. This is a huge amount of […]

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Dog Training for Dog Liberators by Paul Pipitone

Free Dog Training Clinic Hi, This is Paul with Dog’s Best Friend of Central Florida. I have been working with several rescues over the past few years, including The Dog Liberator. Gisele, Holly and I would like to invite anyone with doggie issues, large or small, to attend a free 2 hour information and training […]

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Who’s The Leader Of Your Pack?

The Bryant family is very special to The Dog Liberator. They adopted one of our very first rescues, Augustus, now Charlie. A few months later they adopted the beautiful Sundrop, now Lola. And at our first Annual Reunion in October, they adopted our precious Durango, now Molly. Dog-savvy people, we love them! Imagine how our […]

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Alpha Dog, Pack Leader, and YOU!

I get phone calls, sometimes 5 a week, from owners who want to surrender their dog. Usually, it’s because the dog is showing serious signs of aggression, sometimes toward children or other dogs. As I interview the owner, I am then informed that the owner not only allows the dog on their furniture, but actually […]

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Bringing Your New Dog or Puppy Home

Click here to read “Starting out Right” .  This page contains everything there is know about bringing one of our rescued puppies or dogs to your new home!

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