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.

Elisha, the Border Collie/Husky Puppy-Adopted!

When we first rescued Elisha, we thought she was a border collie, but now we see a bit of husky in her. Check out those ears! Plus, she as a fuzziness to her fur that attracts envious looks. Elisha is about six months old. Her foster sent me this wonderful description of her shortly after getting her:

“Elisha is breath taking! My neighbors all wanted to come over and visit once they saw her jump out of the car! Her fur is so soft and she has the most adorable face with her pointy ears to top it all off. She is playful and will attack you with kisses! She is a very outgoing girl and loves to play especially with you and other dogs. She does well on a leash and will do anything to go outdoors. She did really well riding in the car! She doesn’t mind her crate AND I LOVE that she sleeps through the night without a single peep.

Her new photos can be found on Facebook!

Update: Renamed Zoe, this beautiful girl was adopted by the Keene family. It seems that she adopted them! Focused on Joe & Sandi’s son, Zoe would not take her eyes off of him, and spent the entire time practically under his chair! Can’t wait for updates and family photos!

Sept 10th Update from Sandi Keene:

Zoe went to the vet yesterday and got a clean bill of health other than a case of hookworm which is being treated. She weighs 35 lbs and was admired by the vet staff for her mellow personality and pretty face. She is on Heartguard and Advantage as promised.

She is adjusting quite well to our family. My son, Jarrett, is definitely her boy. She sits at the front door and whines when he leaves for school and is so excited to see him when he returns. She is well on her way to being housebroken and is a quick learner. Jarrett texts me during the day between classes to see how she is doing. They are quite the pair.

We introduced her to the pool yesterday and so far she is content just on the first step. Jarrett is hoping she will be a pool dog but at this point she is not sure that she is at all interested. She wants to sit on the side and never take her eyes of him. Unless a lizard scurries by and then she is a stalking hunter.

She has met her two dog neighbors and did very well with the introductions. She has been invited to play dates and will not lack for friends.

Will get some pics this weekend of Zoe and Her Boy and forward them to you. Hoping that sweet Diana gets a home very soon too.

November 4th Update:

Zoe is growing and getting bigger. Her black coat is no longer – she is now black with husky(?) blonde and brown. Her tail is getting very fluffy and lighter in color as well. She feels right at home in our family and is still just as in love with Jarrett. She plays several times a day with the golden across the street and loves it. She is also well loved in the neighborhood and is very spoiled by her people friends. She is doing great.

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