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.

Meet Kira and Niko-Adopted

Lisa Ramirez got my email from a friend, and she’s in trouble! She needs to move, and move fast. Once I saw a photo of her two Siberian Huskies, I felt that there must be someone out there that would love to have these gorgeous dogs. Personally, I would love to help arrange transport to the cold country for these two. Let’s see what we can do to help them.

Here’s what Lisa wrote about her awesome dogs.

Nico (blk/white) is a full bred Siberian Husky born in Alabama on March 23rd, 2010. Nico loves children and anyone else that shares his same energy level. He’s not hyper, but very playful and active. He’s absolutely attached to his best friend and companion, Kira. He’s certainly not shy; he loves anyone and everyone who crosses his path. He’s the cuddler out of the two. I’ll be sitting on the floor watching TV and he’ll walk up, sit right next to me and rest his head on my lap. If I get up to cook or wash clothes, he’s right there behind me. His playful side includes: annoying Kira, wagging his tail and licking your legs, running past you as you walk around your house and hopping ALL over the place when he’s happy. He seriously reminds me of a grasshopper when he does that so I nicknamed him Hoppy. I’ll come home from work and the first thing he does is hop, hop, hop (front two legs and sometimes ALL 4) until he gets his point across that he’s very happy to see you.

Kira (grey/wht) is also a full bred Siberian Husky born in Alabama on January 12, 2010. She’s the independent one out of the two. I can sit on the floor to watch TV, roll around like a goofball and make crazy noises, and she’ll just watch me from the other corner of the house like I’m crazy. Although independent, she does crave attention, a lot of play, and all the lovin’ you can give her! But when the time comes where she feels like she’s “had enough”, she’ll walk away to go lay down by herself (sometimes straight to her crate)! Kira truly carries most of the typical Siberian Husky traits. She loves to dig (get your sandbox ready), she “talks”, “woo woo’s” and howls if you get her going.

Nico and Kira are fully crate trained and house broken. When they need to go potty they’ll move the sliding door blinds with their muzzles (and will continue doing that until you let them out back). The reason I’m looking to re-home them is because my fiancé and I are relocating and unfortunately the place we’re going to isn’t suitable for two big dogs. We need new owners that are educated on Siberian Huskies, as you and I both know this isn’t the dog for everyone… they are truly a breed in of itself.

Thank you Gisele!

I’m hoping to get more photos of these gorgeous dogs very soon! And if you think I haven’t re-homed Siberian Huskies before… you’re wrong!

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