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.

William Wallace ~ Adopted

William Wallace ~ Adopted
William "Loyal" Wallace!
William “Loyal” Wallace!

We apologize for the lack of photos of this gorgeous boy, but it’s been raining and getting the dogs to cooperate with the camera has not been easy!  William is absolutely stunning.  He is estimated to be three to five years old.  This Aussie is fully trained.  He was someone’s little man at one point, he is very focused on his human.  He hangs out with other dogs, but does not initiate play.  He’s all about his people!  He really reminds me of Jaffe.  If you’ve ever met Jaffe, you’ll notice that he never takes his eyes of his human, Gary Jones.  Jaffe gives the word obedient a new meaning!

"I'm a beautiful boy, and I don't belong here at all!"
“I’m a beautiful boy, and I don’t belong here at all!”

William is a quiet and polite Aussie, very calm, and only wants to please his master!  Just add water and stir!

You can view all of his photos on Facebook.

William and Ray with Newman Deltona
William and Ray with Newman Deltona

Because William was never heartworm tested, we transported him from Ocala to me in Deltona yesterday.  I took him straight to the vet.  The news was not good.  He is positive.  While I’m not afraid of heartworm or the treatment, I still sat in the waiting room and cried.  Why?  Because I had to call his future Mom, Rosie and give her the bad news.  William was examined by Dr. Kim and will be examined by Dr. Oliver today and we will create a treatment plan for him.

I just visited with William after  his groom, he looks awesome.  After intense grooming, we found multiple bite barks over his body, his legs, inside of his thighs, the back of his head and back.  For some reason, William was viciously attacked by another dog(s).  If only dogs could talk.

I'm Going Home!  ~ William Wallace
I’m Going Home! ~ William Wallace

07/09/14 Update:  William was adopted Tuesday, by Rosie.  Updates coming soon!

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