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.

Juneau the Husky Puppy ~ Adopted

Juneau the Husky Puppy ~ Adopted

Juneau is a lovely puppy, born around the beginning of June. She is mostly husky but looks to have something else in there as well. When I look at her muzzle, I think collie. When I look at her ears, I think lab. Perhaps all three breeds are there, I can’t be sure, but I do know that she is absolutely lovely!

Juneau has a delightful personality, friendly and easy-going, playful but not hyper. She does great with dogs and isn’t phased by cats. She loves to play with a rope toy, tugging away with complete joy, but throw a ball and… nothing. Seriously, she gives you a look that says, “I love you but you’re a bit clumsy, the way keep dropping things.” I’m guessing that no one has ever played ball with this little angel!

She still runs like a puppy, with that clumpaty-clump that I love. Interestingly, when she gets happy and starts to jump up on you, she pulls up short in a funny kind of way that makes me wonder if she was kept on a short rope. It is rather odd, but I expect that she will quickly adjust and let loose with bounds of joy.

Juneau is fully crate trained and gosh-near house trained too! As someone who fosters lots of puppies, I am highly appreciative of that.

You can see lots of pictures of this pretty girl on her facebook photo album.

24 October Update:

Well, Juneau has proven to be an as awesome as we thought. She is very very people oriented and will follow us room to room. She was somewhat reluctant to jump up on the couch (good girl!) but my daughter has managed to get her past that (bummer!). Right now she is laying on the tile of the living room, sleeping right through the football game. When I took her to the vet yesterday, the vet tech guessed that she is closer to 4 months and may be 60 to 70 pounds. Right now she is just 18.8 pounds, so thin and delicate. This is a wonderful little puppy!!!

November 6 Update:

The day we have waited for has arrived! As has happened so many times before, I wondered why Juneau had not been adopted. Today I found out why ~ Lisa hadn’t started looking yet!

This is the home that our girl has been waiting for! Lisa and her little boy Trevor are just wonderful and I have no doubt that Juneau will be loved forever!

2 thoughts on “Juneau the Husky Puppy ~ Adopted

  1. This little girl is such a lover. My mom pulled Juneau from the shelter and I had her for 24 hours before transport to Holly's place, and she didn't make a peep. Is totally crate trained and gives you a warning whine if she needs to go out. Super friendly with other dogs (and I have three!). She walks very well on a leash, rides in the car like she's been doing it all her life, stands like a soldier for a bath, and LOVES to cuddle. And that face … Holly's right: That little face will melt your heart!

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