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.

BB, the snuggle bug~Adopted

BB, the snuggle bug~Adopted
BB the snuggle bug!

Update:  BB is back to her normal self!  She’s eating and drinking, playing and jumping, demanding cuddles and kisses.  Thanks to the hard-working folks of Val-u-Vet, she’s her bouncy self again and her bags are packed, and she’s ready to move in with someone who is looking for a lot of excitement and mayhem!

Update: I posted on Facebook that BB is not well.  She has been hospitalized.  She is stable at the moment, but we still don’t know why she has bloody stool and is not eating.  She has tested negative for every known ailment.  We are hoping this is just a bug, and she will recover soon.  In the meantime, her hospitalization bill continues to grow, and I have asked for prayers and donations to help her recover.  Thank you!


This little girl was found wandering on a busy highway in Lake City. Julie took her in, and when she asked her daughter who lives in DeLand if she could recommend a good rescue, our name was mentioned! BB is 12 weeks of age, and weighs 12 pounds.  She has one blue and one brown eye. We’ve been trying guessing her breed! Regardless, she is a very happy puppy, both of my kids just love her. She slept through the night in her crate, and she loves to play with my pack!

BB is doing very well here.  She’s a quiet pup, has medium energy.  I’m not sure about her breed, but there must be some Aussie or Border Collie in the mix, with maybe some Jack Russell Terrier, or a touch of Beagle.  I’m just not sure.  Without DNA testing, it’s just a guess.  I suspect she will ultimately be 30-35 pounds at maturity.  The folks at Val-u-Vet just love her!


Her photo album can be viewed on Facebook.  Email for adoption information.

Such a good puppy!

Foster Update:  This little girl needs a performance home.  One day after being spayed she wanted to play, and play hard.  “Can I have the soccer ball?  The tennis ball?  Can I run circles around you?  Can we play?”  The answer is NO, you just had surgery!

The soccer ball is twice her size, but she has no fear!  She would make an awesome fly ball dog, she has the focus and the energy to do just about anything!

Adoption Update: BB, now Molly Parra is tearing up the Dog Park! She’s the life of the party, and doing great in her new home!

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