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.

Laverne and Shirley ~Adopted

Laverne and Shirley ~Adopted
Laverne & Shirley

Rescued by Vicki Truelove, these two little darlings are being fostered in Marietta Georgia.  Vicki will fill us in with more details, but for now we believe they are about 5-6 months of age, they are very petite and have short little tails.  After careful research, there are purebred Border Collies born without tails.  I personally knew of one many years ago who probably didn’t weigh more than 12 pounds, and she too did not have a tail, and she was a registered purebred with ABCA!

Vicki Writes:  Laverne and Shirley had a photo shoot today at the agility trial!  Thank you Phyllis Ensley Photography for doing this for these girls!  They were a hit at the show!These girls are 5 to 6 mo. old and are petite border collie’s with no tail!  They are so precious and smart! Hurry if you are interested because the foster might run off with them!-vicki (

While we wait for a detailed description of these two cutie pies, here are some of their stunning photos!

To see all of their photos, visit their photo album on Facebook.

update March: Laverne has gone home and Shirley is still waiting. She is such a smart and sweet girl! She is house trained and crate trained! Shirley loves to play fetch and follow you wherever you go! She will be a true companion to the person who is looking for a dog to share their life. Shirley plays well with the other border collies at her foster home . We believe she will be petite, not more than 30lbs or so. Very athletic, and then when play is over will crawl up into your lap. Her foster has done a great job in loving her and she has responded! We don’t know why these two precious babies were dumped at the shelter. Our suspicion is that the owner had a litter and couldn’t sell them in this market for a lot of money. Once they realized that, they were dumped at the shelter. Maybe they thought they would keep them, but then they realized it was too expensive for them. Regardless of why, Laverne and Shirley arrived in this world through irresponsibility . But they will enjoy their life with a loving family who understands what it is to be responsible for a dog!!!!-vicki



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