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.



Update: I’m so proud of Eddie. He was a star at Newman’s. He was handled in and out of the crate, given his shots, and his microchip (ouch) without incident. James also gave him a much needed bath and said he was a very polite little boy! Woo Hoo!

I'm ready to learn some tricks!
I’m ready to learn some tricks!

His name was Beethoven, but it didn’t stick with us!  Meet Eddie!  He is a very young boy, maybe 1-2 years of age, and full of personality.  He was not friendly at the shelter, but outside of his kennel, he was the walmart greeter!  Yesterday, after transport, I brought him to Newman Vet and he wagged his tail at every stranger and every dog that walked in!  He is a VERY smart boy, and would really benefit from basic puppy training classes.  I think he could easily become a trick dog!  I also think he would be happy living with a senior, but maybe I’ve been watching too much Frasier!

Friendly and Playful are my middle names!
Friendly and Playful are my middle names!

You can see more photos of Eddie on Facebook.  He has been fully vetted, neutered and microchipped!  He’s ready to be someone’s little man!

FYI, the real Eddie of Frasier Crane was actually surrendered by his owners, they said he was too much for them!  Click here for Moose’s story!

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Yes, I am a Very Good Boy!  ~ Eddie
Yes, I am a Very Good Boy! ~ Eddie

07/13/14 Update:  Harry Ameen drove over 2 1/2 hours today to meet Eddie.  He recently lost his Westie, and at first, he was trying to avoid adopting another terrier, but Eddie kept tugging at his heart!

Let's Play!
Let’s Play!

I’m very proud of Eddie.  At first, the amount of attention and affection he was receiving from Harry seemed to make Eddie nervous.  “What is this, someone is actually liking me, and rubbing me, and wanting to spend time with me!”  But Eddie kept coming back for more, and after just a few short minutes, Eddie picked it up a notch…. grabbed a tennis ball and went nuts!  He ran around the yard, and insisted that Harry play with him.  It was the first time I’ve seen Eddie play with a toy!  Needless to say, Eddie has been adopted!  You can see more adoption photos of Eddie on Facebook.

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