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.

Kylie, the Aussie Mom & her pups, Fennella and Fiona – All Adopted

Kylie is a gorgeous tri that just had a litter of pups. She will be ready soon to be spayed and fully vetted. We estimate Kylie to be around 2 years old. Kylie is very loving, nurturing, and is the type of dog that will never run away! She does well with other dogs – large or small, but her favorite thing to do is lay at your feet, and get your attention. Kylie is great with kids, seniors, well… she’s just the perfect dog!

Here’s a video of the pups!


Kylie’s pup, Fennella (the white pup) was adopted the day after she came from from being vetted & spayed.


Fiona is available for adoption. She is a very sweet and loving pup that would be very happy with young kids to play with!

Update 11/24/09: Here’s a new photo of Smiley Kylie in her new home!

11/29/09 Update: Fiona has been adopted by the Reilly family. Unfortunately, the Reilly’s experienced the loss of their pet recently, and the emptiness was too much for them. They saw Fiona on the web, and researched everything about her, watching her videos, and when they told me what kind of dog they were looking for, Fiona was their girl. Active but calm. Fiona spent the entire adoption process laying on George’s feet, patiently waiting for a pet. She found her forever home. For weeks I have been frustrated that Fiona had not been adopted, and watching everyone at other dogs, but now I understand what people say when they use the expression “it wasn’t meant to be” because the Reilly’s and Fiona are perfect for each other. I can’t wait to hear about her silly puppy ways and to see photos of her growing.

Update 11/30/09: Here’s a great photo of Princess Fiona chilling out in her new home! Read the comments for updates on their successful adoptions!

Update 09/10/10 on Fiona from the Reilly family: I know you will get a lot of photos of beautiful dogs but we are kind of partial to this one. Fiona recently celebrated her 1st birthday and we’ve been blessed to have her in our family. She fits in with the Reilly family well “work and play hard, but when it’s time to rest, it’s time to REST!!

3 thoughts on “Kylie, the Aussie Mom & her pups, Fennella and Fiona – All Adopted

  1. Hello!
    I hope all is going well with you.
    Sorry its taken me so long to send you an update on Kylie, things have been very busy.
    Kylie is doing well, we took her to the vet and she's healthy and happy, and after a few baths her hair has gotten much softer.
    She has quickly become my sister, Liz's, dog and best friend, the two are inseparable.
    We've found Kylie can be a bit mischievous at times. On the first day while my sister was at school and my dad was at work she managed to pull a loaf of bread out of our pantry (she has learned how to open the door) and set it on my sisters bed and had a snack, then left the rest on the bed for Liz when she got home. A few days after we got Kylie, my dad spontaneously adopted another dog, a border collie puppy named Charlie and Kylie is happy to have a puppy to play with while were gone. She loves to play in the backyard, and my sister has built a few small agility jumps for her.Kylie is such a sweetheart and we absolutely adore her, shes perfect. here a few photos for you!

  2. Update on Fennella:
    I am sorry it has taken me so long to update you on our little girl. Anyways, her name is Shasta and she seems to be doing very well now. We took her to the vet a few days after we got her and she had ear infections in both ears but has been on meds and is clearing up nicely. The vet has us watching her growth closely as she has knobby joints and even though her legs are straight they cause her alot of pain when you touch them if she is off guard and her back legs give out slightly and make her fall when she is running. As we told you when we got her she is a inside dog and goes with us everywhere. She is spoiled rotten and sleeps where ever and with who ever she wants too. She has all of our hearts and is another member of the family. I will send you a recent photo of her as soon as everyone wakes up and will send you a email once in a while to keep you updated.

  3. We had a pretty good night. She didn’t eat much last night. But made up for it today. We got her a big crate to sleep in and she fussed a little bit when we turn out the lights last night but then she settled down and slept through the night. That was amazing. So far so good. We will keep you posted.

    Love the Reilly’s & Fiona

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