Chase~Adopted

BFFs

When Sadie was about 18 months old, a puppy named Chase came into her life, and became her true love!  Sadie accepted Chase right away, and took him under her wing.  Chase and Sadie played constantly, and have never had a skirmish; Chase respects Sadie very much.

In TDL’s history we have sometimes hoped that dogs did get adopted together, and when it happened, we were thrilled.  Dogs like Niles & Frasier CraneThe Spice GirlsDoc Holiday & Wyatt EarpSuki & SakiCamry & Prius, and even Rawhide got to go home with his own puppy.

If we don’t ask, they will never have that opportunity, and we don’t want to close the door on the chance that maybe, just maybe, there is someone out there that really wants two dogs, but wants two dogs that are guaranteed to get along… well, here’s your chance!

the Ultimate Border Collie

While we know that asking for two dogs to be adopted together is asking a lot, we also recognize what’s best for the dogs; they would prefer to be together if possible.  Sadie and Chase have been separated over the past few weeks, and it’s obvious that Chase misses her.  (Read more about Sadie on her own page).

If you can’t decide if you want a black and white Border Collie or a Tri-color, problem solved!

More about Chase:  Chase has Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency.  It’s a lot of very long words which really mean that he has trouble digesting his food, and needs a special enzyme sprinkled onto his food in order to properly digest it.  While it can be a life-threatening condition if untreated, Chase is doing very well.  He was examined by Dr. Ted Oliver this week, and received a clean bill of health.  Chase has had all of his shots, is heartworm negative, micro-chipped and neutered.

You got it?

Chase enjoys playing with female dogs, and does not like to share his space in a long-term environment with other males.  Chase is not an obsessive Border Collie, and enjoys playing as much as he loves relaxing with his human.  Even though he has done very well playing with my pack, the truth is, he misses Sadie, and I can’t say I blame him.

Chase loves the water, he loves to play, is great with kids and would make a phenomenal family pet.  Chase was once a Champion Show dog, winning a his confirmation in December of 2011, when he was only nine months old.

Squirrel!

If you have been looking to adopt, and would prefer to have two dogs, here’s your chance to have the perfect pair!

Note:  The enzyme additive used to treat Chase’s EPI costs approximately $80 twice a year.  This enzyme is not an option, it is a mandatory supplement to ensure Chase’s health.

do not adjust your set, these are real dogs!

Much to the surprise of many people, we do not use an adoption application but rely instead upon an interview process. Because we are a small rescue and keep all of our dogs in foster homes, we shy away from forms that tend to emphasis why someone should not have a dog. The interview process allows us to learn more about our potential adopters and their individual situations, concerns, pros and cons. By knowing more details, we are able to place dogs into homes that other rescues might turn down, because we already know our dogs. We’re small so we don’t need blanket policies that require fences or disallow families with small children or won’t allow senior citizens. We’re focused on bringing together caring people with the right dog.

Whether you are considering an adult dog or a puppy, the first thing you should do is read our article onStarting Your Dog Out Right. Here you will find not only some good tips but some thoughts to ponder before committing to the responsibilities of caring for a dog.

If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs or learning more about it, please e-mail us atTheDogLiberator@gmail.com and let’s get the process going! Share such information:

no more monkeys jumping on the bed!

Much to the surprise of many people, we do not use an adoption application but rely instead upon an interview process. Because we are a small rescue and keep all of our dogs in foster homes, we shy away from forms that tend to emphasis why someone should not have a dog. The interview process allows us to learn more about our potential adopters and their individual situations, concerns, pros and cons. By knowing more details, we are able to place dogs into homes that other rescues might turn down, because we already know our dogs. We’re small so we don’t need blanket policies that require fences or disallow families with small children or won’t allow senior citizens. We’re focused on bringing together caring people with the right dog.

Whether you are considering an adult dog or a puppy, the first thing you should do is read our article on Starting Your Dog Out Right. Here you will find not only some good tips but some thoughts to ponder before committing to the responsibilities of caring for a dog.

If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs or learning more about it, please e-mail us at TheDogLiberator@gmail.com and let’s get the process going! Share such information

as where you live,
your household composition,
your yard/fence/exercise plan,
pets you have and/or had,
your normal work schedule,
how much time the dog will be alone,
what you are looking for in a dog,
do you have a pool
what contingency plans do you have in place should you no longer be able to care for your dog and,
if you rent, do you have landlord approval,

and are you prepared to bring your new dog home if you are approved during your meet?

have you or anyone in your family ever been bitten or traumatized by a dog in the past?

also, provide us with your phone number, home address, including county and zip code

and then we’ll go from there! The more you share the better!

See more of our available dogs on petfinder http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?shelterid=FL918

Join us on Facebook to get the latest updates on our rescued dogs https://www.facebook.com/DogLiberator

If you have any questions about our adoption fees, please read our adoption fee blog.

 

Email us for more information: TheDogLiberator@gmail.com







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