Vote For Us for the Wells Fargo Grant

07/01/14 Update:  Thank you for voting for us, we ended in the 15th position of most viewed.  We have no idea how we did on votes.  Winners will be announced in August!   Update:  Root for the Underdog! We went from 9,000 to over 11,000 views yesterday in the $25,000 Wells Fargo Grant Contest! Way […]

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080113 Freedom Transport

Yesterday was a first for me.  I drove to Herndon Executive Airport, and met some very nice people while waiting for our dogs!  I haven’t named them yet… because one dog didn’t make it, and will be on a ground transport next week! My first dog is a gorgeous young Border Collie girl.  She really […]

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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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Homeward Bound

Three years ago, I received a call from a shelter in North Florida who wanted my help.  There was a ten year old Border Collie there, named Jaffe.  Jaffe’s owner had recently passed away, and the family was trying to find a home for Jaffe.  They called the pound, and everyone agreed that Jaffe would […]

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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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A Collie Trifecta

Note: Due to the number of phone calls and emails we have received from shelters and pounds please be aware that Sam Mauldin no longer volunteers for The Dog Liberator. She can not pull, transport, or foster dogs for our rescue. Sam Mauldin recently picked up three gorgeous dogs from Craig’s list.  “Is that rescuing?” […]

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Border Collie + Husky = Borsky?

It was last Thursday and I was looking forward to the Sunday arrival of my two new Georgia puppies, a golden Collie much like my MacKenzie and an Aussie that reminded me of Gravy.  They were going to be coming down on a the same transport as Rhys, the miracle Collie.  I was happy.  And […]

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Saturday, February 26th Transports our Next Dream Team!

This will be our last transport for a while. We must focus on finding quality fosters, review our financial situation, and develop improved guidelines. Whether or not we take in heartworm positive dogs from this point forward will also be debated. Flip, a young BC male Radar, a young BC male that is heartworm positive […]

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Luna and Karyce’s Not So Excellent Adventure published in Philly

Posted April 14, 2010 on Philly.com Rescue driver busted in Delco, raises fears among transporters Written by Amy Worden Rescue transports are human chains on wheels that can stretch hundreds or even a thousand miles or more. They whisk dogs from high kill animal shelters, often in the South, to safe havens in the more […]

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Luna, the Singing Husky

Luna came to me, and the next morning, Karyce asked me if I had found her dream dog yet. Well, I guess the answer was… Yes! I sent her photos of Luna, and described her temperament, and we have been trying to arrange transport from FL to PA. Luna was an expensive purchase, a South […]

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The Border Collie Express is going to The Villages!

Here is the info on the Central Florida adoption day. It will be on Sat, Dec 12th from 10AM-2PM at the Buffalo Ridge Animal Hospital, 748 Village Campus Circle, The Villages. It is two blocks east of Walmart behind the Golden Corral on Route 466. There will be 15 rescue groups. Hot dogs and drinks […]

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