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.

Dr. House – The stunning Border Collie Boy! ~ Adopted!

Dr. House – The stunning Border Collie Boy! ~ Adopted!
After my grooming I am going to look dreamy!

Say hello to House! He’s an absolutely beautiful 2 year old dog with a unique front leg. Although it is a bit crooked, he gets around just fine and is not in any pain. He just arrived at Newman Vet, so once the doctors have a chance to examine him, we’ll know more about what’s going on with it. You can see his unique leg in the image bellow on his right, our left.


I can’t wait to be someone’s love muffin!


House will also be getting a bath and a brush out while at Newman. As you can see, he’s “blowing” his winter coat, so he looks a bit disheveled. There’s a lovely summer coat under all that wooliness!

This boy has a VERY sweet and calm disposition. Even after spending long hours on transport, he was cheerful, friendly, and curious, but not at all hyper. He did great on a leash and showed no signs of fearfulness or aggression. He just wanted hugs, pets, and kisses on his snout! I really can’t say enough good things about this charming young man.

Check out this video of him that was filmed at the shelter showing off his skills (you can also see that he gets around just fine with his unique leg):


His paperwork has him listed as an “Aussie mix”, but all we see is Border Collie!

If you would like to be considered for House, please go here for everything you’ll need to know about adopting from us. You can also see more Photos of him on Facebook!

He is located in Deltona, FL.

11667475_10153309112374792_6170458600760405109_n7/8/15 Update: The more time we spend with House, the more we love him. He’s VERY loving and sweet, a goofy bear of a boy! He would do great in a home with kids.

House is also back from the vet who checked out his leg. The verdict? House’s crooked leg is the result of an old break that didn’t heal straight. Because he gets around just fine and isn’t in any pain, they don’t want to put him through the ordeal of major surgery and the possible complications that could arise from it. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!

Want to see how gentle and loving House is? Here he is!


11791628_10206393821499798_176685670_n[1]7/25/15 Update: The Doctor is NOT in the house! He went home with Carla of Jacksonville, FL and we couldn’t be happier! 11791894_10206393821179790_1670419961_n[1]

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