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.


Clyde just chillaxin'!

Clyde is a precious jack russel mix pup. He and Bonnie are litter mates. Everyone wanted Bonnie to rescue, but all wanted to leave Clyde behind to die. The herding rescues didn’t want a dog that wasn’t a herd dog. The bottom line is that Bonnie and Clyde were litter mates, they had the same mom, we really have no idea what she was. Clyde is smaller than Bonnie and so thin that his ribs and hip bones were showing. It’s obvious that he was the runt of the litter and pushed away from the food by others. This high kill shelter in Georgia was overflowing this week, 75 dogs came in on one day. They normally euthanize twice a week, but this week they had to add a third day as they had no room for the dogs coming in. Some dogs who were owner surrendered were taken to the back and euthanized immediately.

The volunteers were texting me saying that Bonnie had rescue but not Clyde, that he would die. I am a believer in taking the whole litter, not picking certain ones and then leaving others to the fate of the heartstick, how cruel. I believe that the pups know, they know when dogs are dying and they know when it is their littermate.

Freedom is Fun!

Amy and Maria worked tirelessly to get as many dogs out with short notice as they could. They told the other rescues that they wanted them to take both. But due to financial concerns could not. Grab’em I said. So Bonnie AND CLYDE were put into Amy’s car. He is so sweet and scared. It’s as if he knew he almost died, that he wasn’t wanted. He was used to it, he wasn’t allowed to eat much either, dropped off at the shelter unwanted and because of that would be the first to die on the cold concrete floor by a lethal stick to his heart. Not today Clyde! YOu are wanted, you are loved! You will eat and play! Clyde rode in my car quietly and thankfully, made no mistakes and joyfully bounded into the fosters yard! Clyde is very athletic! He can jump! He would make a great flyball candidate! He is more active than his sister Bonnie and loves to play. He ate his dinner fast and with pure gratefulness.



No he is not a border collie, but jack russells are great on farms, great family dogs, and great in sports. Clyde would love a family where he was loved and cherished… he doesn’t know what that is.. for more info on adopting Clyde contact Feb. 24 foster update: Clyde is doing great in foster.

He is crate trained and has made no mistakes in the house. He is very playful and learning a lot from the fosters border collie Chloe. She even lets him sleep on her bed and lays next to him. He can jump like a pro but only if he wants to be with you. Clyde has learned the fosters routine and sleeps through the night.

Clyde has been adopted by Jack!

Taking a break from reading his dads new movie script!



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