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.

Falcor, the Aussie~Adopted

Falcor, the Aussie~Adopted
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Falcor is a 7 month old deaf Aussie.  When we use the expression, “deaf/blind” it does not mean that they are completely deaf or totally blind, but it does mean that there is some impairment.  The proper term is “lethal white” or “double merle”.  When breeders select two merles, in many cases they are trying to create a litter of mostly white Aussies.  Most if not all of the pups in the litter will be classified as lethal whites.  They are not called this because they are not healthy.  Lethal white pups are usually euthanized by the breeders.

Most lethal whites have some sort of hearing impairment, and have impaired vision in one eye.

To date, I have re-homed many lethal whites; Kiss, Velveteen, Fiona, Baby Ga Ga, Sassafras, Irwin, Dundee, Skate, Pi, and of course China.  China, to date, is the most intelligent dog I have ever owned, and she has been the easiest to train.  What owners of deaf dog tell me is that once you re-train yourself to use hand signals, all of your dogs benefit.



Kisses are not optional!

Falcor is being fostered at the Wilson ranch, along with Nitro, Fiona and Irwin.  His training is going exceptionally well, he is housebroken, and is learning a lot from the pack.  I hear Fiona is the boss of him! Check out his Photos on Facebook! Updates coming soon!

08/26/11 Update:  I’m happy to report that Falcor has no visual problems whatsoever, he is deaf, however he may hear certain sounds.  He is ready to be adopted, playing great with other dogs, there are no issues to report!  He is housebroken, and easy to train.

See for yourself, he’s an awesome dog and loves to be part of a pack!


Welcome Home Falcor!Awe!

09/17/11 Update: Falcor was adopted by Sandy Link and her family! He is going to Melbourne and is adjusting nicely to his new home!

One thought on “Falcor, the Aussie~Adopted

  1. He is one of the sweetest boys I’ve ever met, although he’s a BIG boy he thinks he’s teacup size LOL!! He will make a great forever friend to someone, ge has defiantly stolen our <3

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