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.

Doc Brown ~ Adopted

Doc Brown ~ Adopted

14067638_10154249459884792_4065831486139861254_nMeet Doc Brown! He’s very bright and playful, and as you can see, stink’n cute! Doc Brown was formerly known as Boo. He came to us from Athens, AL.

We believe he is about 2 years old and likely a westie mix. He enjoys cuddles. I mean look at this smile!



14068050_10154249809484792_5668983466308994568_nMore information about this little charmer coming soon!

If you’d like to be considered for Doc Brown, please go here to learn all about Our Adoption Process. We don’t use a traditional application, but we would like you to answer a few questions so we can get to know you better.

Check out his photos on Facebook!



9/15/2016 Update: Doc found his home with  Dorothy Lupi of central Florida. Dorothy found us through Debbie who adopted Elsie! We love our adopters, old and new!




2 thoughts on “Doc Brown ~ Adopted

  1. What is the adoption fees for Doc Brown? Do your adoption fees the same for every dog? I adopted my first dog eight years ago, when he was approximately four months old. I had been watching The Dog Whisperer for a few months and learned so much (having had dogs all my life, I really thought I knew everything!). Baxter became a volunteer service dog and we would visit hospitals and nursing homes every Saturday for two years. During that time I became aware of a female mix that had been returned to the shelter three times. They stated that she had been physically abused and sustained injuries to her brain causing her to have seizures. She was extremely shy, scared of children and men. It took some time, but with Baxter’s help and knowledge from Ceaser Milan, she has become a wonderful happy and playful dog. Peanut loves my grandchildren and is especially fond of my 11yr old granddaughter.
    Unfortunately, I became disabled and Baxter and I were no longer able to volunteer anymore. Baxter then became my service dog and big brother to Peanut. Baxter is now eight years old and Peanut is seven years old.
    My granddaughter has autism and mental disabilities. Her therapist has suggested she get a service dog to help her cope and relax during stressful times. She has taken Peanut on several “sleep-overs” and they both enjoy their time together. My daughter and her husband have two other children, my grandsons, 17yrs old and 14yrs old. When Peanut is there, my oldest grandson takes her for walks with my granddaughter and potty duties are split between the two boys with my granddaughter. I told my daughter that I would look into adoption sites, shelters, etc for a suitable dog for them. I saw Doc Brown on your site and his age, height, hair, etc are characteristic’s that my daughter is looking for. I would like to know what the adoption fee is, if I am able to bring my dogs to meet him, and if the interview and visit goes well, to bring my daughter and her family to visit to see if it is a good match.
    We are not looking for a puppy, we are not looking for a pure breed, we are looking for a match specifically for my granddaughter and a “fur baby” that needs a forever home. So, if you could give me some info regarding the adoption process and cost, I would greatly appreciate it.

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