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.

Two Strays Get a Second Chance – Jack (Adopted) & Arnie

Arnie Palmer is still available for adoption. Because he too suffers from Black Dog Syndrome, it is very difficult to take his photos, but I did it! Arnie loves to protect his family, and loves women. We’re hoping that he can get a full-time job protecting a single woman, or travel with a young man, who wants his dog to be a Babe Magnet!

Jack & Arnie were both strays, living together on a golf course for at least 6 months. Even though they were surviving, they were not getting proper care. I believe that after a few short weeks, with proper nutrition and coat care, they can both become the gorgeous dogs that they were meant to be.

Arnie, the smaller of the two, is clearly the Alpha. Jack appears to need Arnie to follow. The two are extremely close. I know that they will have to be seperated, but I worry about Jack and how he will get along with Arnie.

Guessing the breed type is never easy, and without a DNA test, it’s just a guess but I believe that Arnie is a Collie/Border Collie Mix, and Jack is a Great Pyrenees/Border Collie Mix.

Both need some time to learn to socialize and develop more self-confidence.

Update, these two boys are doing great and showing great manners.

Update: Jack was adopted last night and is going to have a wonderful home and new owner that is focused on his health and his happiness. What’s even better is that Betty and Lou Taylor live just around the corner from me!

2 thoughts on “Two Strays Get a Second Chance – Jack (Adopted) & Arnie

  1. Arnie is a super wonderful boy and a constant companion! He is so well behaved and even tempered that I have been tempted to keep him myself! He is house trained, doesn't chew and knows all the basic commands! He is a joy to have around!

  2. Romeo turned 7 this year. He is enjoying life on the go, from Orlando to Huntsville to Nashville. He is a celebrity! Everyone wants to pet him!

    His vet results just came back today and, other than wanting to take him home, the vet said he is perfect! Just another fine example of what good the Dog Liberator and her foster mamas and dads can do. Thank you for this wonderful best friend! He is truly the best!

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