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.

Bucky the Corgi-Adopted!

Meet Bucky, a three-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Just 25 pounds, he is a very playful fellow, good natured and affectionate. Well, of course he is ~ he’s a corgi!

He walks well on a leash which is a good thing, otherwise he wouldn’t be able to resist chasing squirrels. He’ll chase a ball too, but good luck getting him to bring it back.

Bucky does very well with other dogs but he tends to bark at and chase cats. He doesn’t chase them with a bottle of ketchup, we just think they are a new experience in his life.

Needless to say Bucky is friendly with both adults and kids, but since he tends to jump up, little ones may find themselves on the ground. Also, like a lot of dogs, he’ll nips when playing, something that little children don’t understand. So perhaps Bucky needs a home without toddlers, or at least very resilient ones!

A handsome Corgi in his tri-colored coat, Bucky likes to hang out on the couch playing with his squeaky toys. No doubt he will make some family very happy!

You can see more photos of Bucky on his Facebook photo album.

December 11th Update:
Becci has brought Bucky Home!

Bucky – now Buck – is on his way to Cocoa, Fl with Becci and Rescue. He was thrilled to have a dog to play with since the kitties wouldn’t oblige. It’s obvious that Becci will be a great mom and hopefully he won’t try to herd Rescue too much.

December 19th Update:

Ohh we are doing wonderfully!! Just back in from a nice walk by the river. Buc went Monday to the groomers everyone loved him of course. Tuesday he got a physical from our vet & everything looked great & again he melted hearts. Rescue’s acting more like his old self now that he has Buc around. He actually runs & plays around the yard again. I truly thank you for rescuing this cute lil guy, he’s made himself right at home & we are all crazy about him.

One thought on “Bucky the Corgi-Adopted!

  1. Buc is doing great! He is a very lucky pup who gets to travel and accompany me at work on a daily basis. He has become the Glenn’s Tire of Cocoa mascot and is extremely spoiled by customers and our delivery companies.

    I can’t say enough about your wonderful organization and all the good you do for the dogs looking for their forever homes!

    Much luv,
    Becci C

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