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.


just a baby
just a baby

Found as a stray, and taken in by a good Samaritan, this gorgeous 4 month-old female German Shepherd will be making her way from Alabama to Central Florida this week.  Details coming soon!

Because she is not vetted, we are asking for a Virtual Foster for her, someone that can donate toward her care.

imagejpeg_0We’ve learned more about this young shep, she was found by a 16 year-old girl who took her  in.  Unfortunately, her Mom said No!  I can remember the dozens of times my Mom said No too!

Heidi and her young rescuer
Heidi and her young rescuer

The young girl named the dog Zydania.  Beautiful name eh?  She is good with cats, good on leash, good with  kids, and has no food aggression.    You can see more photos of her on Facebook.

02/05/14 Update:  Much to our surprise, Sarah White went to pick up our little Heidi, off of transport, and she was not there!  Heidi accidentally was left on a transport headed for Tampa, and didn’t get off at the Wildwood exit!  OOOPS!  I sitting in my living room with Sheila Coffman when Sarah called me with the news – No Heidi.   Needless to say, I had a cow!  No worries though, she has headed back up and is with Sarah White as I write this, and she should be at my house any minute.  Whew!

02/07/14 Update:  Heidi was groomed yesterday by Brittany of Newman Veterinary in Deltona.  Over 100 mats were removed.  Yuck!  Everyone fell in love with Heidi, and I’ve received several requests to find more like her! Heidi is at the vet getting all of her shots, microchip and spay, and she has a meet tomorrow to be adopted!

02/08/14 Update:  Heidi was adopted by Vicki B and her son Zach of Merritt Island, FL.  Her new name will be Sasha!  She is settling into her new  home and doing well!  She’s going to be a very happy girl!

unnamedCAVRGL5S12/02/14 Update: Sasha recently graduated Pet Therapy Class and is now serving as Vicki’s official service dog for her limited vision. Sasha’s job is to alert Vicki when a person approaches from a direction which Vicki is unable to see. Sasha is also trained to wake Vicki up at 7AM for eye drops. She even knows how to handle tough mornings and will grab the covers and run off if Vicki doesn’t get up in time.

Sasha is now enrolled in Rally and is doing very well. She appears to be a natural in agility courses. Congratulations to Sasha and Vicki on their amazing accomplishments and journey together!


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