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.

Jen’s Puppies

Jen’s Puppies
Yaz (adopted) and Dot

Jennifer Wilson spotted this little visually impaired Puppy in Dothan, Alabama and drove half-way to meet the owners so TDL could find him a perfect home.  Upon arriving, two more litter mates hitched a ride!  All of the pups are just now turning 8 weeks of age.  They will have their second booster shot this Wednesday, and will not be ready for spay/neuter for at least two more weeks.  We believe the father of the pups was Aussie/Catahoula, and the mother to be a purebred Aussie.

We have created individual pages for these pups, so we can update their photos and progress as they grow up!





Maddon, the star of this rescue is very sure of himself, has great hearing, and is very visually impaired.  That doesn’t stop him one bit!  He loves the play and enjoys the security of having another dog around!  Named after Joe Maddon, whoever adopts this little boy will have a BFF.


Dot, named after Dot Richardson, is very shy and unsure of herself, but she is quickly becoming more secure and enjoying the environment that the Wilson’s and their pack are providing.

Yaz, named after Carl Yastrzemski is the pack’s leader.  He is playful, intelligent and stunning.  Yaz has been adopted!  We will provide updates shortly!

We will be providing updates shortly.  In the meantime, these pups need to spend time with each other to experience healthy puppy pack playtime, and to learn from the Wilson pack, what they have not yet learned due to their mother’s absence.  You can see their initial photo album on Facebook!

If you are interested in meeting one of our dogs or learning more about it, please e-mail us at and let’s get the process going! Share such information:

as where you live,

your household composition,
your yard/fence/exercise plan,
pets you have and/or had,
your normal work schedule,
how much time the dog will be alone,
what you are looking for in a dog,
do you have a pool
what contingency plans do you have in place should you no longer be able to care for your dog and,
if you rent, do you have landlord approval,

and are you prepared to bring your new dog home if you are approved during your meet?

have you or anyone in your family ever been bitten or traumatized by a dog in the past?

is there anyone in your family, circle of friends, or anyone who lives with you that can decide if you can have a dog in your home?

also, provide us with your phone number, home address, including county and zip code

and then we’ll go from there! The more you share the better!

Also, for more information about adopting a rescued dog, Please visit Let It Go for details.

See more of our available dogs on petfinder

Join us on Facebook to get the latest updates on our rescued dogs

If you have any questions about our adoption fees, please read our adoption fee blog.

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