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.

Frasier Crane the Border Collie-Adopted

Frasier is shown on the right with his foster pack. This young 1 year old boy is fully vetted and neutered. He enjoys playing with other dogs that have his same energy.

Frasier has enjoyed being part of a pack and is very well trained.
Frasier knows how to sit, heel, down, roll over (somewhat), speak, run, stay, shake hands, and will do several of these from a distance such as 50 feet.

Originally, Zondra rescued Frasier from a high-kill shelter in South Carolina. He has really come a long way since then.

Frasier is a lovable goof! He is a quiet dog in the house, content to be near his people and get a belly rub or a head scratch. He loves to play rough-and-tumble with his buddy, Niles. He will chase and return a tennis ball – unless he finds a good smell to check out. Frasier has not met a person he does not like – cats, squirrels, and birds….well, that’s entirely different. He walks well on a leash – not perfect; however, you will enjoy your walk with him. He does not have to mark every leaf or corner. Like so many other boys with The Dog Liberator he will squat to pee. I think there is a secret meeting with the pack when they arrive and squatting to pee is rule number one.

I am in love with his personality – can’t say enough wonderful things about Frasier. He rarely jumps on people. He will pounce on any butterfly, moth, or bug. It is quite a silly sight to behold. He is eager to please and listens well. He has the basics – sit, down, stay, come. You would have a grand time perfecting those skills and teaching him many more. House broken, crate trained, sleeps quietly through the night — Fraiser is awesome. ~Nancy Holond, Foster Mom.

Frasier’s brother, Niles is also available for adoption.

Adoption Update 06/20/10:
At the shelter they were Monty and Moose. Rescued by Zondra, and transported by Serena, they were renamed Niles & Frasier Crane. Adopted, they were renamed Indy and Echo. Returned to me again, they were adopted with the help of Nancy, their foster, and now… well… they are Mick and Keith! Here’s why:

Hi Gisele,
Just wanted to give you an update on the boys formerly known as the crane brothers. Frasier is now Mick and Niles is now Keith.
Yes that Mick and Keith! The way they wrestle and tumble around here they’re just like a couple of Rolling Stones! They are adapting very well to their new surroundings and for the most part very well behaved ( we won’t talk about Pet Smart right now!).
I’ve enclosed a few pics.
Again thank you for doing what you do! 🙂


2 thoughts on “Frasier Crane the Border Collie-Adopted

  1. Frasier is such a great guy in the house. He is quiet, content to hang out. Don't get me wrong – he loves to play. He will run after a ball, tug o' war with Niles, and chase bugs. He has improved on his leash work. He would love to be YOUR buddy. He is young and energetic – and the best thing is: he is out of that puppy phase! ~foster mom, Nancy

  2. If you are considering adding two dogs to your family, Niles and Frasier are the perfect pair. Fostering these two boys is like taking care of ONE dog. I can walk them both together. I have them both on the same schedule. They seem to think their name is "Boys" as that is how I call them. One call will get you two! You would not have to worry about introducing new dogs to each other if you want two dogs. These young dogs would love to share their lives with you.

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