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.

Chloe the White Fluffy Shepherd Puppy ~ Adopted!

Chloe the White Fluffy Shepherd Puppy ~ Adopted!


Chloe is a stunning white German Shepherd puppy. When I first saw her I thought she was a husky puppy, but her rescuer saw photos of the momma and said she was a petite long haired German Shepherd, only about 25 pounds. Wow!

Now, anytime you see a puppy this beautiful you have to wonder how it ended up in need of rescue. In this case, her owners moved and left her and three other dogs in the yard! Fortunately, the neighbors made an attempt to feed them, and one of the children told someone who has adopted from us about the dogs. By the time she got there, only Chloe and Cinder, an 8-month-old Springer Spaniel, were left. So sad.

Chloe was born in early July. When rescued she was so thin that the vet recommended putting off her spay. Happily, she has gained weight and is sporting a puppy belly! lol She has a very easy disposition, playful but not hyper. She gets along with all the dogs and puppies, bounding around the yard like a bunny. In fact, my daughter says she looks like the Easter Bunny with her fluffy white fur and happy face!

You can see lots of photos of her in her facebook photo album. Adorable!

The video below was made the morning after Chloe and Cinder arrived. Jitterbug couldn’t get enough of Chloe, Durango kept joining in, Cinder wasn’t sure if she should intervene, Junebug was busy trying to catch a butterfly, and MacKenzie was moving gingerly, having been neutered the day before!



October 15th Update:


Chloe has found her forever home with Randy, Amie and Reilly. Bailey, their Aussie, passed away 6 weeks ago and she has been missed. But Randy gave Amie a tall order ~ he was only interested in a puppy if it looked like Kalhua, their 5-year-old white Shepherd. Kalhua had adopted them when she was two years old, so they never got to see her as a puppy. What were the chances of finding a white German Shepherd puppy? Slim, to say the least. But ~ ta da! ~ suddenly there was Chloe. How perfect! And it is indeed perfect. This is a lovely family with whom Chloe was immediately relaxed. Kahlua was a bit cautious, and so was Chloe, but I’m sure they’ll be best buddies in no time at all. Funny thing, though ~ when I went to take an Adoption photo, Kahlua buried her head in Amie’s arm as if to say, “Say it isn’t so!”


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