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.

Paco, the un-chihuahua Chihuahua-Adopted

This little three-year old boy has quite a personally!

His foster writes: Paco is a litter pad trained and does not really go out. He has been with us, our dogs and cat.

So if you were to ask me if he was truly good with any of those I am not sure how I would answer because I only know how he is with us and our animals. He has had no real exposure to the “real” world.

He is nothing like a nasty nippy chi. He is sweet and loves to snuggle and play with his toys. Loves to sleep in his bed all snuggled up. He loves certain toys and bones and loves fetch.

He is a sable long hair and really beautiful. I had several people want to take him, but I honestly never found a good match in Ocala. Then we moved and that is where it is today. He is fully vetted, all shots up to date and has been on interceptor and comfortis.

Paco’s photo album can be viewed on Facebook.

January 24th Update:

Everything is going great with Paco. He is such a little lover and so sweet he could give you a cavity. He follows me everywhere I go in the house and he loves to go for a ride in the car. He is very well behaved and gets a lot of attention anywhere we go. Our kitty (Itty Bitty) loves him and if he whines she comes looking for him to see what is wrong. He has settled right into his new home and his true personality is shinning through. He is so funny when he goes running through the house after Itty Bitty (she is 10 lbs and he is less than 5) and is figuring out all her hiding places. I got him a new bed and he really likes it but sleeps with me every night. Cyndy thank you so very much for taking care of Paco and allowing us to adopt him. At this point I could not imagine not having him and he has been a wonderful addition to our little family.

One thought on “Paco, the un-chihuahua Chihuahua-Adopted

  1. He is beautiful and bless you for having such a big heart and taking him in and caring for him. You are his guardian angel. Would love to adopt him, but I am here in Oregon.

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