Dog Liberator Inc.
Rating: 4.91 stars 229 229 reviews
Deltona FL 32738 USA
The Dog Liberator is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned dogs, primarily dogs from high-kill shelters and owners who can no longer care for them. By working with committed volunteers, local veterinarians, trainers, and foster homes, we are able to rescue hundreds of dogs every year. From June of 2009 to date, we have rescued, rehabilitated, spay/neutered, and re-homed over 700 dogs throughout the Southeast. Our dogs are fostered in a home environment which enables us to evaluate the dog’s true temperament, provide them with loving temporary care, and find them well-matched, carefully screened homes. We also serve as a resource to our community and all pet owners by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, positive behavior training, and good nutrition. Our dogs are examined, vaccinated, micro-chipped, spayed or neutered before they are re-homed. The Dog Liberator continues to focus on rescuing herding dogs. Herding dogs have specific needs, both physical and mental, and when adopted to the wrong environment, they can develop behavioral issues. Herding breeds consist of Collies, Border Collies, Australian Shepherds, Shetland Sheepdogs, and herding mixes. The Dog Liberator prides themselves on rescuing and adopting deaf/blind dogs and shy fearful dogs that are at high risk for euthanasia.
Over 700 gorgeous and highly adoptable animals have been saved from unnecessary euthanasia and placed in loving homes.
homeless death row dogs
Direct beneficiaries per year:
200 beautiful dogs
Geographic areas served:
Southeast United States
rescue, rehabilitation, medical care, behavioral assessments, training, spay/neuter and adoptions.
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rainbowflats's Review for Dog Liberator Inc.
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I first became aware of The dog Liberator when looking a friend for my elderly and lonely Border Collie Amos then 16. Gisele found the very special Bobo to join my family. Recently due an unexpected illness I desperately needed care for Bobo while I was hospitalized. Gisele and other members of the Dog Liberator cared for Bobo untill I was Home and ready for him to come home again. The Dog Liberator is a great association of people who care for dogs.
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