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.

Saki, the Japanese Chin

Saki, the Japanese Chin

the Curious

Foster Update: Saki has always been a happpy little guy but he is just full of joy now.  Saki would prefer NOT to be an only dog. He needs a friend … He plays very nicely with all the dogs, cat and kids and boy does he LOVE to play!

Saki and Suki are lovely Japanese Chins who came to us from a Breeder who could no longer care for them. To read more about their rescue click here.

Both are registered purebreds, used for breeding.  We estimate that they are 6 years old.  Suki weighs 9.4 pounds, and Saki weighs 12.5 pounds.  Both Suki and Saki are heartworm positive, their slow kill  treatments will begin immediately.

Saki is an awesome little dog with a lot of spunk!  He’s great with other dogs, loves kids, and is very entertaining.  He is being fostered by Maria DeRosa, and details about his temperament will be coming soon.

07/21/11 Foster Update: Suki is felling much better from her spay surgery, and the pair are very happy and playful pups. They like the cat and the doxie! I don’t think they realize that the rabbit is an animal…lol. Neither seem to be afraid of anything and they both prefer to be outside rather than inside, playing. They are really enjoying the grass….They do not bark, at least I haven’t heard them bark yet. The LOVE to be petted, they are eating well and they like everyone and everything… easy, EASY dogs.

Click here to visit their rescue photo album on Facebook.

Suki & Saki, Going Home!
are you my Mommy?

09/06/11 Update:  Suki and Saki were adopted together by Molly & Mike of Palm Bay!  Look out Palm Bay, these dogs are on their way so you can marvel in their cuteness!

One thought on “Saki, the Japanese Chin

  1. It’s rained almost every day for the last week. Saki is not bothered by the rain and happily trots around the back yard in it but after a week, my house started to smell like wet dog (I have 3 right now, how could it not) and we had muddy paws galore…..bath night! I brought both chins out to watch Spike go first so that they could see how it works and know what to expect. The stared intently…. Suki (female) went first. Saki (male) is very playful and I thought his was going to be tougher. Suki was a little bit scared, as I would expect a dog getting it fist bath outside, with a garden hose would be…. Saki on the other hand LOVED it!!! He did not mind the water at all and even helped. As I moved the hose along his body, he moved to help and even lifted his paws so that I could get into those hard to reach places. When I lathered him up, he was enjoying it so much that he held his head up high and closed his eyes. I wish I could have had the camera on him to show the look on his face. I could almost hear him say “OOOOOOOOOOO That feels good!”. When it was time to rinse, he was doing so well that I actually put the leash down. He didnt move…. When it was all over, he chased me around while I cleaned everything up as if he wanted to do it again! I bet this little guy would love to go for a swim!

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