Meet The Dog Liberator at the Central Florida Vegan Fest 2014

Visit our Photo Album on Facebook! What an amazing Day! Dawn not only did all of the baking, but she brought her own go-to guys, Adam and Nate who helped us out quite a bit! Thank you Adam & Nate! Dawn Sweeney went above and beyond the call of duty baking her home made vegan […]

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Niall~Adopted

Wow, this guy is stunning.  Animal Control doesn’t understand why such a gorgeous dog was not re-claimed.  He was not matted, or dirty, and his nails had been recently manicured… and once I met him, I couldn’t figure it out either. At first we were convinced that Niall is both deaf and blind, but I […]

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Kristoff~Adopted

I can’t tell Kristoff and Anna apart! They are twins! Kristoff is an Aussie boy, about 8 weeks of age. he is one of 4 of our Frozen puppies, 2 males and 2 females.  You can see more photos of him on Facebook.  We will have updates shortly! Should Kristoff be on the cover of […]

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Olaf, the fluffy puppy~Adopted

Because of your donations on Frappe Friday, we were able to sneak this little boy on our transport yesterday, so Thank you!  We estimate he’s between 9 – 12 weeks of age, and he’s a cutie pie.  After careful research, we are confident in telling you he is a Great Pyrenees/Collie boy.  There is a […]

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Little Wendy, A Very Polite Aussie Girl ~ Adopted

  Rescued from Anniston Shelter in Alabama, Wendy and her BFF Whitney were surrendered after their human found himself homeless. Both are very friendly and trained.  Wendy is very friendly, and very good in the car!  She also rode loose on the plane, which speaks volumes!  She weighs about 24 pounds and is about 2 […]

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Go Potty – Helping Your Abused Dog To Go Outside

There are tons of “how to housebreak your puppy” books and videos out there.  And I’m sure there are millions of products that claim will help, but these things are for the normal average dog.  Rescued dogs sometimes come with a little bit of baggage!  Usually, it’s the dog’s former owner who confused the dog, […]

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Close Your Eyes, Open Your Heart – How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies?

How Do you Adopt Again After Your Dog Dies? This post will explain the grief and anguish people go through after they have lost their beloved dog and how hard they try to replace their dog that has passed away with an identical copy.  “How can I adopt after my dog dies?” There is a […]

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Lost and Found – How to Help a Stray Dog

This article includes tips on what you should do if you find a stray dog, and want to help. The past two weeks have been very odd. I have received more phone calls from people who have lost their dogs, and phone calls from people who have found stray dogs. It’s as if the dogs […]

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#DogLiberatorChallenge – Promote Your Doggie Selfies!

Help Your Dog Take Its Own Selfies! We have created this challenge to spread the word a help homeless dogs in kill shelters and promote spay/neuter. Only 1 dog out of every ten dogs that are born will find a permanent home. Approximately 25% of homeless dogs at the pound are purebreds. 90% of dogs in […]

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Keith Urban~Adopted

Surrendering a dog because you can’t meet its needs is never a bad thing. When an owner sobs while they are surrendering their dog to a rescue, you know that they are putting the dog’s needs ahead of their own.  Whether it’s time, attention or exercise, most dogs need them all! That’s the case with […]

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Gordon Ramsay~Adopted

We picked up Gordon and Jean-Phillipe last night.  Gordon was pretty exhausted after his ordeal!  It wasn’t until we got home that I got the surprise of my life – something I have never seen before.  After some time outside, some food and water, we put him in his crate, and he began to bark. […]

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Claire Bear~Rescued Australian Shepherd was Shot At, Heartworm Positive and Facing Death

Rescued Aussie Female Shot at, Heartworm Positive and Very Sick Today is November 1, 2013, and I write this story about our efforts to help save Claire Bear.  We have rescued very sick dogs – hundreds of them.  Claire’s medical condition was not alarming to us, it was quite typical of a dog found in […]

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Sinatra~Adopted

11/23/13 Update:  Sinatra was adoped yesterday, by Beverly and her husband of North Port, FL!   Here’s a recent video of Sinatra playing with this little buddy, Milhouse! Sinatra is a young male Aussie, less than 12 months of age.  We believe he is deaf, and don’t believe he is visually impaired.  He is great […]

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Reba McEntire~Adopted

This gorgeous little red girl is probably less than a year old.  She comes to us from Brevard County, thanks to Marjie Wolfe for transporting her to us.  She can jump in mid air from a stand position, and has incredible focus and drive.  I scrambled to think of a name for her, when Reba […]

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Dot~Adopted

After spending a few hours with Dot, I’m sorry, but I see Collie all over her, especially her markings and her tail.  I kept my eye on her brother Yaz, who I also think has a touch of collie in his blood!  That’s a very noble nose he has!  We were not told there was […]

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Yaz~Adopted

Named after  Carl Yastrzemski,  Yaz was adopted yesterday by Summer and Ak Shay!  His new name is Jax.  He feel in love with his new family immediately!  He is going to be one gorgeous dog, and I can’t wait to watch him grow up!     Here is Yaz’s photos on Facebook.For more stories about adopting a […]

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Jen’s Puppies

Jennifer Wilson spotted this little visually impaired Puppy in Dothan, Alabama and drove half-way to meet the owners so TDL could find him a perfect home.  Upon arriving, two more litter mates hitched a ride!  All of the pups are just now turning 8 weeks of age.  They will have their second booster shot this […]

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Deaf Dogs Hear with Their Hearts

New:  Now Available in EBook format! The latest publication from The Dog Liberator is China’s Story – Deaf Dogs Hear with Their Hearts.  As all of our published books, many other rescued dogs are mentioned.  China’s story discusses many of the shy and fearful dogs we have rehabilitated, including Nutella, and shares stories about many […]

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Anderson Cooper~Adopted

Update:  Anderson was adopted Saturday by Antonio and Sandy of Ocoee! Jen Wilson sent me a photo of this boy, who was from Polk County Animal Services.  I called on his status, and the next day, Jen went to meet him.  We were not yet approved to pull from this shelter, but Jen had all […]

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Kashmir-adopted

This little Aussie girl came from Hall County, Georgia. She is very sweet and loving. The shelter said she was an owner-surrender. Her previous owner was an older man who had a stroke and was no longer able to care for her.   She is heartworm negative, and weighs about 40 pounds.  She is about […]

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