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.

Today on Facebook, written by Carl – Join to Help Alabama!

Photo shown of a young female we are pulling from a shelter in Mobile, AL.

Facebook Post: I had not paid much attention to how many dogs that are homeless and in shelters.. until I started looking for another puppy to replace one that we lost to age and many health issues. It makes me sick, mad and angry to see all the needs. Plus in rescues. It is a sad state of affairs. Mobile Ala is getting 20 to 40 dogs a day dropped on them and that is only one annimal shelter. It makes me detrmined to be more involved than before. I am retired and disabled and my wife has been after me to find something to do. I think that I have found it. I just wish there was more people like the Dog Liberator and those who help her. The staff at Mobile, some I have gotten to know especially Kimberly, care just as much and working just as hard. Joyce I know the answer but will let the Dog Liberator answer. In Florida in some state parks there has been close to three hundred horses dropped off to fend for their own. So It is not only dogs and cats but other annimals as well. My pets are with us till the end and we do what we can to extend that as long as we can.

Carl
My response: What we need is to stop the puppy mills, they are our #1 enemy. The reproduce faster than we can absorb, however, the American fast-food mentality is treating the American Dog like a cheeseburger… hold the lettuce. Kids go to see a dog movie and scream at their parents to buy them …that dog… 8 months later, it’s dropped off at the pound.

Others are banning together to help Alabama, as I did with Carol Henderson, to help New Mexico. Georgia has won, why not Alabama? We can’t expect the world to ever be perfect with the animals, so it’s up to the good guys to force legislation and spank the bad guys! Change is coming people, it’s slow, but I’ll take anything I can get. And… I revamped the website! Been working on it for FOUR DAYS AND I’M OVER IT! Thank you for the compliment!

Oh, and spay/neuter is my 2nd important thing, but leave the responsibile breeders out of this one please! I like my purebreds!

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