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.

Einstein, the Border Collie ~ Adopted

Einstein, the Border Collie ~ Adopted

Due to the number of phone calls and emails we have received from shelters and pounds please be aware that Sam Mauldin no longer volunteers for The Dog Liberator. She can not pull, transport, or foster dogs for our rescue.

Einstein, the Braniac

Einstein comes to us from Tavares, Florida Animal Services.  He arrived very emaciated and with an alarming fever.  Sam Mauldin rushed him to the emergency room two nights in a row, trying to get his temperature down.  It paid off!  Einstein is doing great and eating well!  Sam even made him Andi Brown’s Chicken Stew!

He is said to be a two-year old.  Although he is spending some of his time running around with Sam’s pack, we’re keeping quiet while he gains his strength.  Einstein will need some time to be temperament tested, and we will be providing updates soon!

Photos of Einstein can be viewed on Facebook!

1/12/2012 Foster Update:

What a change in this guy!  Einstein isn’t the same dog that arrived at my house a couple of weeks ago.  He has his strength back, is eating well, and on the mend.  This is how TDL cares for dogs and goes to any length to help a dog in crisis.  I think he has already put on some weight and just loves the stew.

Einstein is very affectionate and a velcro-dog.  He follows me everywhere around the house.  He plays well with my pack and is even doing the play-bow to the other dogs!  He is now crate trained and has started playing with toys.  First thing in the morning when I uncrate him, he carefully stands up and puts those beautiful paws around my waist for a hug!  When I am sitting in my office, he comes in and lays his head on my lap for some attention.

He is meeting new people and is shy at first, but warms up after just a few minutes.  Other dogs have visited my house for a play-date and Einstein did so well!  While my dogs bolt out the back door the second it is opened, Einstein waits for me to go out first.  He is such a great guy.

Dare I say it?  I believe that Einstein is ready to find his furever home!

1/20/2012 Update: ADOPTED! Einstein has been adopted by the lovely Cory and Brianna Swales of Gainesville, FL. Einstein was one sick boy when Sam Mauldin first got him, but thanks to her fantastic fostering our boy is now healthy and off to a wonderful new life. Woo hoo!

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