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.

Pebbles the Pocket Border Collie Puppy – Adopted

Pebbles came to us from a shelter, and she weighs just a bit over 5 pounds now. She’s very healthy, and active. She’s adjusting well here, and is very polite and quiet while in her crate, but very curious and active when she’s with us outside. I think she will make a great addition to any family. Pebbles loves kids, especially little boys! She will be vetted and spayed next week and ready to be adopted!

Pebbles may be a Papillion/Border Collie mix of some sort. She’s one of those dogs that will always look like a puppy no matter how old she is!

Pebbles was originally adopted by my neighbor, Christine, but unfortunately, unknown allergies kicked in, and sadly, Pebbles was returned.

Pebbles plays well with big dogs, but has a tendancy of pestering dogs smaller than her!

01/11/10 Update: Her spunk, style and manners launched The Little Dog Liberator! Pebbles earned it, she is just the perfect little dog, and she has a new home, just the perfect home. A Grandma, a Mom & Dad, and a little boy to play with! Can’t wait for updates and photos!

December 27th, 2010 Update:

Remember Zoe (aka pebbles). Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year.

2 thoughts on “Pebbles the Pocket Border Collie Puppy – Adopted

  1. Christina writes:
    Thank you so very much Gisele! We are in love with pebbles all we want to do is be with her. My house is a mess laundry is not done and i don't care i'm in love. We have not agreed on a name as of right now. Pebbles is really what the docotor ordered for my family to come together. We all were having a communication problem and we seem to be more concrened with her than other problems. Emily and pebbles slept in Emily's bed with the door closed. Pebbles and Emily went to bed at 11:00 and did not wake until 8:40 hence i forgot to tell Michael to set the alarm clock. Tell Sarah we Love her and did not forget her the alarm was not set. The crate idea is working so far no potty in the house. After we woke i took out to potty and no potty since 8:40 then we put back in the crate. 30 minutes we took her out and then emily fed her the proper amount gave water Emily held her on the chain for about 10 minutes took her out and no potty put her back in the crate. We are going to Walmart to get food in my house. We will call Sarah in a little While Ok. Again thank you so much for a great oppertunity for my family to have a beautiful puppy Pebbles. xoxoxo

  2. Sadly, after a few days, Pebbles was returned because of allergies. She has enjoyed being here, playing with all of the big dogs, and she's ready for her forever home!

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