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.

Leonard Sharp Needs Our Help

Leonard Sharp Needs Our Help
Leonard Sharp has volunteered transported thousands of dogs from hell to safety
Leonard has transported thousands of dogs from hell to safety

  We have a FRIEND in need.  His name is Leonard Sharp.  Ohhh, you may know him just as “Leonard” . . . .but he is a dear friend to all who know him.  He is a crusty, old, retired Army pilot but a pussy cat, really, especially to the animals.  Last weekend, Leonard’s house burned.  If there is a “fortunate” to this story, Leonard and all his animals and foster animals were not harmed.  For that we are, eternally, grateful.

Attached are pictures of the fire.  It destroyed his kitchen and part of two living areas.  The rest of the home is smoke and water damaged.  The city inspector said the entire home will have to be repaired AND brought up to code.  Unfortunately, Leonard had just cancelled a “full coverage” insurance policy less than a month ago, to a basic . . .  which means, not much coverage . . .  to save money. Therefore, Leonard will be bearing a large part of the expense to satisfy the city inspector.  Leonard is 83 years old.

Since 2004, Leonard has traveled from Wisconsin to Maine to Florida in his own van, at his own expense. . . . .  driving animals to safety for Southern shelters who would have had no choice but to put the animals to sleep.  The number is in the thousands as his van will hold about 50 dogs each trip and Leonard, now,  has 260,000 miles on that old “dog” van.  But just mention a transport to “it” and “it ” is up for the job because Leonard has replaced the transmission, wheel bearings, tires many times and made front end and back end repairs. . . . again, with no help from any of us.

Leonard can be caught helping people, too.  He’s been encouraging and mentoring a few troubled youths in his neighborhood; friending a mentally handicapped youth who has no Dad and when adults stop by asking for work . . . .he can always “find” a project they can complete, for which he gives them a good day’s wage.

Now, Leonard needs us.  He is retired and has only his military pension which isn’t much since he retired many years ago.  Since his wife passed away several years ago, it is only Leonard and the dogs . . . .but they need their home back.  They will not be allowed back in until the house is repaired AND brought up to code.



    If you have been blessed by circumstances or by God and able to share your “wealth” . . . please think about giving a donation to help Leonard repair his, and the dogs’, home.  The collection plate is passed every Sunday for just this purpose . . .except to whom your generous gift is going, you do not know.  This time, you do.  He is “one of our own” and he needs our help.

Thank you for caring.  Please make a donation using one of the following three methods :

1.  A Savings Account, set up in Leonard’s name with a routing and account number at the Navy Federal Credit Union
2.  A PAYPAL Account that Kym Grogan, another rescue friend, has volunteered to sponsor for Leonard on her website
3.  USPS regular mail


HOW TO DONATE to the Savings Account using: 

Bank to Bank Wire;  Bill Pay Online; Electronic Transfer ACH, by check, or visit a Navy Federal Credit Union near you.
ADDRESS:  Navy Federal Credit Union, 621 Boll Weevil Circle, Ste 6, Enterprise, AL 36330
PHONE: 888-842-6328, ask for the Ft. Rucker, AL, branch.ACCOUNT NAME    Leonard Sharp
ROUTING NUMBER:  256 074 974    for Wire, Bill Pay, ACH, to Navy Federal Credit
SAVINGS ACCT NUMBER:  3038609065HOW TO DONATE using the PAYPAL on this website, simply click on the link  www.divinebigpawzrescue.orgHOW TO DONATE using:   USPS Regular Mail:

  Leonard’s Home Address:
    Leonard Sharp
101 Kentucky Street
Enterprise, AL  36330
Cell:  334-389-3474

Signed // Leonard’s Rescue Friends

2 thoughts on “Leonard Sharp Needs Our Help

  1. We met Leonard a few weeks ago on a transport. Didnt’t have a chance to talk to him except to transfer the dogs. How is his house repair coming along? Thanks!

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