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.



  BORDER COLLIE ALERT! We’ve agreed to help find the perfect home for this beautiful girl. She will need to be an “only child” in a home without children or small animals. Xassy has a strong herding drive and would be a great frisbee or agility dog. She is located in Melbourne, FL.  Check out her Photo Album

“Hello, We are trying to find a perfect forever home for my parents’ dog, Xassy (pronounced Zassy). Xassy is a 7 year old purebred border collie from Lock Eye. She is the perfect dog for an only dog family, but should not be placed in a family with other dogs. Xassy is my parents’ dog and they are not able to give her the activity she needs. For health reasons, my parents have had to move in with me and my family (my father is awaiting a kidney transplant and my mother is in a wheelchair and suffers from lupus) .

Xassy does not get along with my family’s St. Bernard- we have tried many options and have had to start alternating which dog is loose in our home. It is breaking my heart to see a border collie in a kennel so much, and my family and dog are miserable having to separate our girl to keep her safe. Xassy is amazing with people. ALL PEOPLE. She is wonderful with children, well trained, phenomenal with a frisbee, and will play fetch all day.

Xassy did not get along with my parents previous dog either. The have tried trainers and a behaviorist as well. She is a wonderful gentle animal with people and will truly win the heart of a family that does not have another dog. I just want the dogs to have happy healthy lives. My father asked my to find a better home for Xassy, so this is all being done at his request with his knowledge. Xassy has never been abused or had a harmful experience. She has always received excellent medical care. She has never bitten any person. Please help me find a home for her.”

If you’d like to be considered for Xassy, please go here to learn all about our adoption process. We don’t use a traditional application, but we would like you to answer a few questions so we can get to know you better: Our Adoption Process




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