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.



ElsieThis gorgeous girl was rescued from Baldwin County, and her actual foster wanted to keep her!  Unfortunately she doesn’t feel that now is good time to have a new dog financially.  Details coming soon!ElsieElsie has quite a story to tell. After interviewing her foster Mom, we believe that Elsie has been abused. If you raise your voice, she runs and hides behind furniture. Has she been physically abused? We really don’t know yet. She does not play with toys, but is learning. She is also not used to being with other dogs, but is learning!

Elsie needs an experienced owner who will help expose her to new environments, and raise her self-esteem. Since Elsie has fear-based reactions, she needs an owner who is sure of themselves, and will provide her with the necessary leadership that she needs. Elsie does not need a home where she will be coddled by someone, nor does she need an owner who will make excuses for her behavior (Read “let it go“)

She is being fostered in the Panama City area, but it is our goal to get her transported to us so she can be examined by our vet, and spend a bit of time with our pack. Elsie reminds me of our Shy Sharon, she is so young, and has been mishandled by her human. Elsie deserves our attention, and will quickly be an amazing dog! She will be an easy fix, and having her own pack will be paramount to her success.

You can see more photos of her on Facebook.

If you think you’ve got the right stuff to adopt Elsie, please visit “Our Adoption Process“.

We will provide more details shortly!

Elsie goes home!
Elsie goes home!

09/28/14 Update:  Elsie was adopted yesterday by Debbie Fabrizio and her husband of New Smyrna Beach! Debbie owned Shelties in the past, so the drive and intelligence that Elsie has is a perfect match!

2 thoughts on “Elsie~Adopted

  1. Is Elsie still available? My husband and I are interested in adopting her. We have had two border collies. We lost our last one a year ago and are just now ready to adopt.
    Thank you

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