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.

Guenther, the Purebred GSD-Adopted

Leonard has asked me to take Guenther. It appears he is only 7 months old or so, and was surrendered by a breeder. Huh? Surrendered by not such a reputable breeder. Judging by his skin condition, no question as to why he was dumped.

Maybe Betty Acosta’s raw food diet would help Guenther? Maybe he’s been eating garbage, or allergic to the food he’s been on, regardless, I’m confident that a little bit of time to investigate what caused this is all he needs.

He sure is beautiful!

Here’s the story, a gentleman purchased this boy, and he came down with the mange. The new owner returned him to the breeder. Once the breeder took the dog to the vet, the vet gave him a quote to treat the mange, and the breeder said “no thanks”. The vet recommended that he give the dog to Leonard! Leonard had him neutered, and treated. I have confirmed that Leonard DOES have him on a raw diet! 3 pounds a day! Leonard has confirmed that this German Shepherd is AKC registered, but he is still trying to get the paperwork. Originally when Guenther came to Leonard, he was practically bald! It’s all good from here, can’t wait to see photos of Guenther in a few more months! He’s going to be gorgeous, like Chaos is!

Guenther has been adopted. I’m anxious to receive updates about his transformation. This boy has been through a lot and I think all he needs is a home to call his own.

Sept 10 Update

Hi Heroes!
I just wanted to let you all know that Guenther is doing great! We’ve changed his name to Ruger, switched his diet to venison, duck, potatoes, and peas ONLY. He’s gaining weight AND growing hair! No more hot spots, or endless itching! We’ve narrowed his food allergies down to chicken and beef and we’re confident we’re on the right track… I’ll keep you all updated.

Thank you again for caring for such a sweet dog so well despite his overwhelming skin conditions. He’s worth every oatmeal bath, antibiotic, antihistamine, peroxide scrub, and “Ruger! Stop scratching!!” holler, in the world!!! We can’t thank you enough!

October 31st (Halloween) Update:

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