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.

Titan, the Border Collie – Adopted

Titan is truly the perfect dog. He’s great with other dogs, loves to play, and is very good with kids. Titan is only 9 months old, and needs an experienced Border Collie home. He would make an awesome frizbee or agility dog. Titan is housebroken and crate trained. He was rescued by Denise Hoyle and his transport to us was made possible by Becky Harshman (this time I spelled her name right).

Titan has spent a few weeks with me, but now he is being fostered.

Jesse has adopted Titan, and Titan has a full-time job. Jesse is starting up a doggie daycare and behaviorial center in Ocala. There, Titan will help play with and balance the dogs that come to visit to learn how to socialize. No doubt, Titan is a perfect firt for the job.

3 thoughts on “Titan, the Border Collie – Adopted

  1. I thought it only appropriate, since we celebrated Titans' first birthday last week, that I take the time to offically thank you and Denise for all you did to facilitate his rescue. Of course, Denise had no idea where he might finally end up, but God knows what kind of mess he could have beeen in, had she not had the presence of mind to answer that ignorant Craigs list ad. Titan is an endless source of joy, energy, and inspiration for me; we are learning from each other daily what it is to be in a working Border Collie relationship. His role, here at Sit and Stay Dog Daycare, will be to help me to evaluate newly admited campers and physical trainer- he also takes great pride in herding those that stray away from the pack. The most amazing thing to me is how he reminds me what I need to do in order to keep him growing as a well balanced pack member. Titan has helped to spark a level of amibition I haven't felt in years, thankyou for helping us to find each other; he is truely my best friend!

  2. Titan Update:

    We recentlty won our first CFDDC Sport Division competition at the Canis Major#1 in Melborne FL. At two years old Titan hasn’t peaked yet, and we’re learning “how high” we can reach on a daily basis. We’ll see all of our new disc dog club friends at the CFDDC’s Canis Major#2 in November. This time we’ll compete in the Super Sport Division…please wish us luck, and above all lots of fun!

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