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.

Angel’s Neena~Adopted

Angel’s Neena~Adopted


Neena, now Jessie
Neena, now Jessie

Neena was adopted today by Jocelyn and John of South Florida. Jocelyn adopted Whoa Nellie (now Maggie) from us three years ago. John, recently lost his senior dog, and we all know how hard that is to recover from. Neena, now called Jessie will live a great life, she will grow up with Maggie, and live on a farm with cats,horses and lots of fun things to play with! Woo Hoo!

You can see the litter’s photo album on Facebook here.

Jessie (Neena) and her new Dad!
Jessie (Neena) and her new Dad!

History:  Gisele,

I want to share with you the sweet momma (I named her Angel) and her three puppies that I am committed to finding safe, loving homes so that the rest of their lives can be much better than their beginning. I think that Denise Hoyle has already mentioned them to you. She had six, but three have been adopted.

This summer I met a young homeless woman, who had been living in the woods for over a year. She wanted a better life but would not abandon these creatures. My husband, a friend, and I arranged to pick them up on August 1st and drove them to my veterinarian’s clinic where they continue to receive exceptional care and love.

I am fortunate to be able to go each day and walk Angel and also spend time in the run with the babies getting lots of puppy love. Three puppies have recently been adopted by dear friends and I am continuing to reach out through emails, Facebook, and local rescues in the hopes that the others will find safe, loving, forever homes as well. In addition, I am desperately looking for a foster for Angel so that she can begin treatment for heart worms as soon as possible. Gisele, my vet believes that these babies are a border collie/shep mix. If you think you can help me, or offer any assistance finding a foster for Angel, please email me. Thank you for all that you do. ~ Joan Stough

I assured Joan, that after Angel receives her heartworm treatment, if she needs TDL to take her, we will!

If you can help us rescue these puppies, please be their Virtual Foster by visiting this page,

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