She is such a doll, look at that sweet face! She is very sharp and learns quickly. She is learning not to jump on people, that she can get attention appropriately. She is getting exposure to new things every day and her fearfulness is going by the wayside as she builds confidence. She was worried about getting into vehicles but short rides to good locations helped her realize getting in the car was awesome. Now she loves riding. She currently lives with 2 Pomeranians, a cat and a bird. With continued work and patience she will become more independent. Liberty is fine with children once she gets to know them.
Liberty and her brother Justice were found last September 11th in a southern trailer park, a young man had contacted our partner rescue there because noone would help these dogs. He found them on a dirt road and they were so skinny that you could see every bone in Justice's body. Liberty, his beautiful sister, would not eat her food until Justice ate all he wanted, and she was very protective of him in the beginning when other dogs would come around but as he got healthier she no longer felt the need to protect him, just to play with him and drive him a little crazy, like all good sisters do! Now they are ready to go their separate ways.
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Please note: We do not have a physical location, but we are supported by a network of wonderful foster homes that are spread throughout New England. A dog will need to be visited by a prospective adopter in the foster home where they are feeling safe and comfortable.
Thank you for considering rescue!
Liberty is fostered in southern Maine while she waits for their forever home. Is your home and heart ready for a second dog?
This gorgeous babe is now a grownup! At one year old, Liberty is a petite girl, about 40 lbs. Those ears are just too much. She appears to be a Carolina Dog mix or possibly a small shepherd/yellow lab. She loves to take walks and is very social once she feels comfortable.
Liberty is housetrained, crate-trained and can be shy at first meeting but comes out of her shell with patience and with another dog present. Liberty is a loyal smart girl.