The Dog Liberator™

The Dog Liberator rescues abandoned dogs throughout the Southeast. Based in Central Florida, this non-profit organization fosters all of their dogs in a home environment. Founded in 2009, all dogs are fully vetted, spayed or neutered prior to adoption. The Dog Liberator focuses in rescuing the herding breed, which consists of Border Collies, Shepherds, Sheepdogs, Aussies, Collies, and Deaf/Blind Dogs.

Adam Levine~Adopted

Adam Levine~Adopted

04/23/13 Adoption Update:  Several years ago Al & Ans adopted Little Flash from TDL.  I received an email from Al late yesterday, expressing an interest in Adam.  Unfortunately, he also shared the news that one of his dogs had passed way due to old age.  Al has always had a wonderful pack of various breeds, they adore their dogs.  I was so excited that Adam might become part of their pack, I couldn’t think straight!

Al and his wife came over, and even though Adam wasn’t being “polite” they saw through his fear, and they know he really wants to connect.  They are going to give him a chance!  I just know that this environment will be what Adam needs.

Last night, Al wrote:

Amazing Flash connected immediately (like expected) and after meeting all the dogs and neighbors Mico has NOT barked yet. Already been inside and shared a bowl of food……(so far no aggression or territory issues from any dog but will monitor closely) Wish people could get along like this!

On way from Deltona to Casselberry Mico was on my wife’s lap several times and licked my hand a couple of times.

So far so good will keep you posted. Thanks for the shirts and book.

What amazing creatures these dogs!!

Thank god for people like you and TDL:-)


History:  Adam Levine’s Big Debut in Dog Rescue!

a pocket border collie!

This small young boy was pulled from Miami-Dade.  Extra thanks to all who helped transport.  His sister, Avril was also rescued.  Adam is very active, and wants to play.  You can see more photos of him, and his sister, on Facebook.  For now, they are resting from their surgery, and I will update their status shortly.

Both dogs are fully crate trained, and so far I haven’t heard a peep from them.  They do not have separation anxiety that I can see.  Both dogs met my Ozzie and enjoyed being with a big dog.  Avril does not know how to walk from place to place, he runs… I should’ve named him Forrest Gump!  Everything is a joyful game of play for him, and he loves to explore.  This makes it very hard for me to photograph him.  So far, the dozens of photos I’ve taken of him are a blur!

one very happy boy!

Papers indicate he is a 20 pound dog, I want to verify that!  I think he’s at an ideal weight right now, so I do not suspect he will get much bigger.

I’m uploading new photos every day, so please visit his album  on Facebook.

04/04/13 Update:  Adam continues to amaze me.  He will play with any toy, and is packed full of energy, yet when he’s in the crate, he is quiet and calm – the perfect dog!  He would excellent at Flyball or Agility.  He has drive, focus, speed and he’s intelligent – what more could you ask for?  Adam is not a couch potato!  He loves to be active.

Adam Levine, Packed Full of Energy!

He has not had one accident since he came here, and he is crate and leash trained.


Gorgeous, Small and Packed Full of Energy!

2 thoughts on “Adam Levine~Adopted

  1. Hi Giselle,
    Congrats on inviting people to something all the time!
    It hit me that Adam Levine looks very much(and acts) like a shetland sheepdog! I have old pics of the breed with just about this much hair.I would even look into whether he is ALL sheltie.There is so much breeding that you see so many varitions at the shelters.Breeder rejects they can’t sell or use for breeding,as wrong coloring especially.An all black sheltie would fit into this category…and I’ve rescued three shelties at various times that were not described as this breed,or were labeled mixes.
    As the rescue contact in my area(for this breed )told me”Ask yourself if you see anything else in this dog”
    I don’t see anything else in your dog either.

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