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.

Little Blue, the Husky ~ Adopted

Little Blue, the Husky ~ Adopted

Little Blue comes to us from Becky Harshman, BHAM, AL. He has been identified as a husky/border collie, which explains everything… his coat, his ears, his build, and his blue eyes. I think he’s gorgeous!

We are screening adoption requests for him, he will be ready for his new home very soon.

Here’s a photo of the entire puppy pack, which includes 2 aussie pups, 2 collie pups, and of course, Little Blue!

Foster Update: When Little Blue arrived, he had spent 12 hours alone in a crate while being transported from Alabama. We opened his door, as well as our other foster puppies, and out he bounded. The guy was ready to play! Unfortunately for him, all the other puppies just wanted some food, water, and sleep. We through in the bath because, well, after 12 hours, boy did they need it!

Little Blue’s enthusiasm has only grown. He is the first one to pop up his head to see if anything exciting is going on. He is forever picking up my shoe and carrying/dragging it around. Quite the sight since he is still so small.

He is very handsome. I think it is quite possible that he is pure Husky. He has the right coloring, the right eyes, the right build, the right attitude! No doubt he will find the right home!

I’ve created a public photo album for him that I’m sure I’ll be adding to ~ he is so cute!!!

~ Holly

4 June Update:

Little Blue has turned into quite the little character. First, he loves to play in water. When I put down the water bowl, he thinks it is funny to scoop out the water with his front paws by doing a doggy paddle. He loves the little puppy pool too.

I’m delighted to say that he does just fine with my cats. At first curious, now he pays them never-you-mind when they stroll through the room. I am very happy about this. As a breed, Huskies aren’t recommended with cats, but like so many things, if exposed early, it can be no problem.

He is also crate trained. You gotta love that. I can’t say that he is house trained, but I have no doubt that he’ll figure the rules out quickly

I just love Little Blue. He is so full of energy and personality. Always playing or asleep. Not much inbetween!

~ Holly

06/11/10 Adopted!!!

Today Little Blue found his forever home. Or maybe they found him? He was excited to meet Eric, Christa and 10-month-old husky Penny. You know how you can tell when it is the right family? That’s what it was like with Little Blue. Usually he quickly wanders off to do his own thing, but not this time. He stuck right with Eric and Christa, while watching Penny with fascination. He even got up the nerve to give her a big-boy bark. Oh, the fun they will have!!!!

~ Holly

Update 9/11/10

Baloo is doing great and is currently a whopping 32 pounds! He loves playing with his big sister Penny, and Penny loves playing with him likewise. Attached are two photos of our adventure to the Indian River the other week. They had soooo much fun playing in the water. Thank you again for our little Baloo. Our family would not be complete without him.


Christa and Eric

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