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.

Luna, the Siberian Princess~Adopted

Luna, the Siberian Princess~Adopted
Me with Luna!

In April of 2010, I rescued Luna.  Her owner was getting rid of her, and the Humane Society in North Florida called me to help.  I arranged transport, and I fostered her in my home for a while… and I enjoyed every minute of it!  She fit in with pack wonderfully, she was great with the kids, friendly to strangers and the moment Karyce saw her, she wanted to adopt her.

We arranged transport from Florida to Pennsylvania, and there was a glitch!  Amazing that we were the only rescue that fought to reclaim our dog.  Regardless, Luna has been a wonderful addition to Karyce’s family, including the newest member of her family, a baby girl.  As I suspected, Luna is awesome with the baby.

Karyce was successful at finding Luna’s original breeder.  We strongly believe that this is where Luna came from, Siberian Royalty’s Siberian Huskies of Georgia.  As  you can see from the fourth photo, it’s Luna!  So here we have proof of not only where she originated from, but her ancestry as well.  Something we rarely ever get!

Karyce’s landlord at first said pets are okay, but then the story changed.  After trying everything to work with her landlord, it’s a no go for Luna.  Even though I wish a house would land on the landlord, we are running out of time.

Luna, doing a great job babysitting!

The past month Karyce has been trying to find another place to live with no luck.  Yes, it’s going to be hard to let go of such a wonderful dog, but Karyce knows more about rescue than the average dog owner.  She knows too well about self-sacrifice, and she knows that if we do our job, Luna will find a wonderful home that will love her, and take great care of her…. it’s what we do.

Luna is about 3 years old now, and as gorgeous as ever.  She is spayed, healthy, and trained.  Luna requires a lot of attention, and like all dogs, needs exercise.  Luna is located in Barton New York.

I’ll never forget fostering Luna.  To get her to sing, I put her in a crate in my garage, and left the camera rolling… here’s what I got!  Doesn’t she have a gorgeous voice?  To be honest, once she was adopted by Karyce, and left for PA, I missed her A LOT!

You can see many more photos of Luna on Facebook.

If you are interested in meeting Luna, or learning more about her, please e-mail us at and let’s get the process going! Share such information

as where you live,
your household composition,
your yard/fence/exercise plan,
pets you have and/or had,
your normal work schedule,
how much time the dog will be alone,
what you are looking for in a dog,
do you have a pool

what contingency plans do you have in place should you no longer be able to care for your dog and,

if you rent, do you have landlord approval,

"I'm a very good girl!"

are you prepared to bring your new dog home if you are approved during your meet?

Have you or any of your family members been bitten or traumatized by a dog in the past?

Also, provide us with your phone number, home address, including county and zip code.

And then we’ll go from there! The more you share the better!
Help Rescue and Donate to The Dog Liberator Today



You can see all of Bartholomew’s photos on Facebook.

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