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.

Stinking Cute Pippin Puppies~Adopted

Stinking Cute Pippin Puppies~Adopted

Due to the number of phone calls and emails we have received from shelters and pounds please be aware that Sam Mauldin no longer volunteers for The Dog Liberator. She can not pull, transport, or foster dogs for our rescue.

Paddington, Pick Me!


Paddington, the Pippin Puppy!

Paddington’s two littermates, Puddin’ and Pippin have been adopted. The runt of the litter, this little boy is waiting for his forever home!

Click here to see his video!

Click here to view Paddington’s own personal photo album on Facebook!


Stinking Cute Fluffy Pippin Puppies!

What’s a Pippin Puppy?  We’ve named this litter after Erin Pippin who was our only hope at getting them rescued.  These three adorable pups came from Hall County (Gainesville, GA).

Click here to see all of their photos on Facebook.

What are they?  I have no clue!  We have stared at their photos and I met them personally, and I still have no clue!  So I’ve named them the Stinking Cute Pippin Puppies!

Erin Pippin agreed to pull and foster these pups overnight, while Sam Mauldin drove from Gainesville, FL to Atlanta, GA and back!  I then drove from Deltona to Gainesville and brought them to puppy foster, Cathy McIlroy.  These pups must feel awfully special to have a private legged transport arranged just for them!  Cathy reports they are all healthy and doing fine!

If you are interested in adopting, please read Starting your Dog Out Right, and How to Adopt from us, and then email me at

Update:  Cathy reports they have all gained several pounds since they arrived!

Note:  Because of the known dangers when rescuing puppies, TDL has implemented a 10-14 day quarantine for all rescued puppies.  Not only is quarantine a new guideline, but transporting puppies must also be executed responsibly.  Exposing other dogs on a transport, the vehicles of volunteer transporters, including automobiles and private planes is not cool!  TDL is taking extra precaution when rescuing puppies.  These puppies have been under a 14 day quarantine and are now available for adoption!

Special Thanks to Hall County Animal Services for holding these puppies until we could arrange foster and transport.

Pippin was adopted on December 21st, 2011.

Pippin Adopted!









Puddin’ was Adopted 01/02/12

Puddin’ Adopted

3 thoughts on “Stinking Cute Pippin Puppies~Adopted

  1. These puppies are just soooooo ADORABLE!!! My mother and I instantly fell in love with them when we saw their ad on petfinder. We would love to adopt one. We just need to get my father to fall in love with them too. But i’m sure that won’t be a problem!

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