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.

Caylee, the petite Border Lab ~ Adopted

Caylee, the petite Border Lab ~ Adopted
Caylee, she's Easy Peasy!

You know what’s really great about Caylee?  You get all the smarts of the Border Collie without the chaos!  I think the combination of Border/Lab makes the most perfect dog!

11/06/11 Update:  Caylee was transported by Kathy from Georgia to Florida, and she attended our 2nd Annual Reunion yesterday.  Kathy had originally planned on bringing Caylee back with her to Georgia, but after a few minutes of snuggle time on the couch with Megan, we asked Megan if she’d foster her here, and the answer was absolutely yes!  So, Caylee is being fostered in the Central Florida area, and we’ll be providing details about her temperament shortly, and will have new photos to share!

11/08/11 Update:  Caylee has proven to be a quiet and polite little dog.   She is great with kids, loves to play with other dogs, she has a great temperament and loves to snuggle.  Her photo album can be viewed on Facebook.  She’s really easy peasy!


History:  Here is Caylee, who is planning on visiting us at our upcoming reunion on November 5th.  She is currently being fostered by Kathy in Cumming, Georgia but hopes to be adopted by a Dog Liberator adopter!

Kathy Keith writes:

Caylee is a 41 pound bc mix. She is spayed, UTD on shots. She is just over a year old, leash and command trained, loves to hike, swim and chase balls and sticks. Her sense of smell is astonishing and she is very intelligent. I taught her to pull up nasty bamboo roots in the back yard in one lesson!! LOL, no telling where that skill will come in handy.

She is crate trained, house broken and extremely high energy. She is still very much a puppy. She bounces everywhere and gets along well with kids and other dogs. She is a bit over playful with cats, but she hasn’t offered to hurt any of my indoor cats.

You may or not remember her, but she was my very first transport with Cindy Allen. She was saved at the last minute from a high kill shelter in Winder, GA and placed with a “so called rescue” family in the Douglasville, GA area.  They kept her in a small cage in a room with about 20 chi’s for nearly 3 months. They said they were going to get her adopted, but they never put her on their web page, or took her to any adoption events. Cindy Allen finally managed to get her back from them in January 2011. I took her in as a foster.

When Cindy and I carried her to the vet, he found that her spay stitches from 3 months back when we picked her up for transport had never been removed and that she had a 1/2″, 1/4″ crate spring wedged into her back gums. To say the least, Cindy and I were outraged and reported the “rescue” group to GA Dept of Ag.  Several months passed and nothing happened to the rescue group (and to this day I think there is still an open case against them) except that they had to take their FB page down.

So this sweetie has a place in my heart, but it was always mine and Cindy’s plan to find her the perfect home.

You will see what I mean when you meet her 🙂  Kathy


Caylee now Lucy and Jessica

Update:  Caylee has been adopted by Jessica Saridge, and is enjoying the good life at Delray Beach, FL!


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