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.


Strike a Pose!

Derek Jeter was purchased from a pet store for a very handsome amount of money.  He is 17 weeks old.  He has been checked our by my vets at Newman Veterinary Center, and is very healthy!  He is being neutered today.  Jeter is shy, and unsure.  Like most puppies, he tinkles when he’s excited.  He is crate trained, and Lady Di is helping him become leash trained.  Jeter needs routine.  He needs someone that will be patient, and give him the self-esteem he lacks.  How could such a gorgeous boy lack self-esteem?  I don’t know, but it’s sad.

Jeter will learn a lot here with us.  Little Avril has initiated play (she hops around like a popcorn!).  I did take Lady Di with me to the vet, and he found a lot of security next to her, under her, on top of her!  Jeter would benefit from having another calm dog in his life.

Jeter with Sarah and Avril

If I had a magic wand, I would find someone who has an older dog, maybe around 6-8 years old, someone who wants their older dog to teach Jeter the law of the land, a dog that will take him under its wing.  A person who is routine oriented.  Who is home most of the time, and has experience rehabilitating dogs that are timid.  That’s what I feel today, but I may change my mind!

In the car on the way to the Vet!

Jeter is stunning, but I’d like Jeter to be adopted because of his potential, not just because he is gorgeous!  Don’t love me for just my looks!  Speaking of looks, I have taken tons of photos of this precious boy, you can see them all on Facebook!

Jeter is adopted!

04/29/13 Update: Jeter was adopted yesterday by Tim and Danielle of North Port, Florida. Jeter was amazing with their two young children. He learned to sit immediately, and wait for the toy to be thrown, he did not have one pee pee accident, and didn’t jump on the kids (much). He will have his own adult Husky to play with which will help burn his energy a bit. Although he fought being on leash, Lady Di and I took Jeter to the vet, where he got the hang of it. I’m very proud of Jeter and can’t wait for updates!

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