**Excuses why Brutus and Georgie Boy may not get adopted.
1. They are both 15 years old
2. They are in treatment for a skin issue
3. Brutus is a large dark brindle dog with a skin growth on his lower jaw
4. Georgie Boy has a crinkled ear from chronic ear infections
5. They both may have some Pit Bull in them, but in truth they are just big mutt dogs
6. They are a bonded pair of brothers and must be adopted together
**Reasons why Liberty Acres United Rescue Animal Sanctuary thinks they deserve a chance to find a family
1. They dedicated their life to someone for 15 years only to be tossed out at a kill shelter like those years didn’t matter. We at Liberty Acres know different.
2. Their skin will heal with time, medication and love.
3. Though large dark colored dogs take longer to place we are willing to give them the time they need.
4. Nobody is perfect, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It is our imperfections that show our true spirit.
5. No dog should be judged on their breeding, but on their character and heart.
6. The love that brothers share should be celebrated not shunned. What could be better than one sweet loveable old dog? Two of course.
**If you are interested in adopting Brutus and Georgie Boy please submit an application.
**If you are not able to adopt please consider making a donation to their care. Donations can be sent to 3546 East Mitchell Road Liberty, IN 47353 or you can go donate via paypal
Our Sanctuary is currently under construction so please give us a call or text at 765-969-4782 before dropping by.
Chad/Labrador/Male/11 yrs old/sweetheart
If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs, please fill out an application. If the application is approved we will set up a time for you to meet with your potential new house mate. Please note it takes approximately 4 days to process an application. If you have dogs currently we recommend that you bring them with you to meet the new dog. Adoption fees are $100 for an adult dog. This includes the spay/neuter and vaccinations. **As we are still in the construction phase please give us a call or text at 765-969-4782 before dropping by.
If you have a pet in need of a home please click on the link below. It will lead you to a wonderful re-homing site that can help you find the perfect family for your pet. The Sanctuary has very limited space and is still finishing up construction so we can not take in owner surrender dogs from the public at this time.
The Sanctuary only takes in dogs that are at immediate risk of euthanasia at other shelters.
Liberty Acres is a 22 acre sanctuary devoted to enriching the lives of dogs as they wait for a "forever family". We are still under construction but when we are finished we hope to provide a loving and homelike environment to senior and special needs dogs. The dogs come from other shelters where time is limited and resources are in short supply. We offer these "death row" senior and special needs dogs a place where they can get back to health and be re-homed. Some become permanent residents due to health issues. Check out our Sanctuary Citizen section.
While at Liberty Acres, dogs enjoy accommodations in cozy, tiny homes with access to a doggy door and a fenced in area. The houses are air conditioned in the summer and heated in the winter. You will find the dogs lounging about on a couch or snuggled up in a bed. There are trained staff that live on the property, therefore the dogs never feel alone. We are still under construction and the dogs are a big help, well they think so. Daily Activities for the dogs include: hikes in the woods, off leash running in the 6 acre fenced area.
Liberty Acres is a last resort for senior and special needs dogs who have been in other shelters. These dogs have been placed on their euthanasia list and their time is very limited. We work with several shelters around the area to pull these dogs so that they will not be put to sleep. Instead they come here to wait for adoption or live out their days.
Liberty Acres is a Sanctuary. Yes we adopt out animals but there are special cases where an animal would not be available for adoption. Many times in other facilities those animals would be euthanized. At Liberty Acres those animals become permanent residents. They stay with the staff and volunteers until the end of their life. It may be due to medical or behavioral but all of the dogs at Liberty Acres get a chance at a happy life.
Elaine is a dog who has a checkered past. This spunky Coonhound has been around the block and then some. Elaine is a good dog for those whom she chooses to befriend but they're numbers are few. She spends her time with her furry BFF Winnie. She doesn't trust new people and therefore will get to spend her last years with those she loves here at the Sanctuary.
Winnie was raised in a feral dog colony. She knows very little of human touch or interaction. She has come a long way here at the Sanctuary but still prefers her doggy friends over the two legged kind. She spends her days running thought the woods and snuggling with her BFF Elaine. We love our quirky addition to the Sanctuary and are happy to ensure she is happy for as long as she will have us.
Our little Louie seems to have more silver hair than most. He is an older fellow for sure. Louie has spent most of his life in rescues and shelters. He takes a bit of time to get to know and chooses his friends very carefully. Louie came to us with the intent we could find him a home. After several crippling episodes and vet visits we learned his "crankyness" was due to severe arthritus in and around his spinal area. Louie is on meds to keep him comfortable and he will no longer be searching for his forever. Louie is now a Sanctuary Citizen until his time on earth is through.
Penny came to us emaciated and full of infection. At around 8 plus years old we were not sure she would make it. She has a couple of cancerous tumors and after several vet visits we learned she was also diabetic. Many places would have her put to sleep but one meeting with this goofy girl and you will see her light still shines bright. She can be very demanding and is the boss of the yard. She spends a lot of her days lounging on her couch enjoying the air conditioning. Penny is a high maintenance old gal but we don't mind maintaining her. She will live out her days with us here at the Sanctuary.
Pearl was rescued from a fighting ring. No she wasn't a fighter, well not like you would think. Pearl was one of their breeding dogs only taken out of her tiny cage to breed with aggressive males. So I guess you could say she is a fighter, she fought her misery to stay alive. The scars of her past show on her body but not her spirit.
Her sister Maggie Mae was found abandoned after weeks of neglect. The poor girl was so thin she couldn't stand up and had to be carried.
Thankfully these girls were rescued from their horrible pasts several years ago and had love with a family. Then in their golden years tragedy struck in the form of a car wreck that left them without a home. Pearl is 12 years old and Maggie is 17 years old. We are honored to have these wonderful girls in their final years. They are true inspirations.
Come out to Orschelns at 2100 National Road West in Richmond Indiana on Thursday November 29th from 5pm to 7m for a photo with Santa. Bring your dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits, goats, cows, pigs, iguana, etc...
You can help two organizations with one photo. The cost is $10 per photo. All proceeds will be divided between the two rescues. Stop in with the whole family.
During the month of November Petvalu at 4740 National Rd E, Richmond, IN 47374 will be taking donations for the dogs at Liberty Acres. They will also have many items on sale so you can buy two. One for your dog and one for the dogs at the Sanctuary. Stop on in and get some great deals and help out some awesome dogs.
Stop in Speck's Pet Supplies in Greenfield IN and have your pets photo taken with Santa.
Cost is $10 and all proceeds will go to the Sanctuary dogs!
Bleach, Laundry soap, Dish soap, Lysol Cleaner, Fabuloso Cleaner, Paper towels, Garbage bags (both 13 gallon and 30 gallon)
Stamps, pens, pencils, note pads, lots and lots of copy paper, ink for our ENVY 5540 printer
Small, good tasting training treats, good leashes and collars are all essential to our mission. Interactive toys and treat toys are also a great way for the dogs to exercise their minds.
As a Sanctuary we take in many animals that would be euthanized by other shelters due to an illness or injury. These animals come in with various medical problems that are costly to treat, however we know they are worth it. You can help us save these animals that would otherwise be forgotten.
Did you know that when you adopt an animal you actually save two lives? The one you are adopting and the one waiting to be saved by that rescue/shelter. There are so many animals all over the world waiting for a family like you. If you don't find what your looking for here at the Sanctuary please keep checking back or stop in at another shelter. They are waiting.
Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50 percent of dogs and 90 percent of cats. Spaying your pet before her first heat offers the best protection from these diseases. Neutering your male companion prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems. By spaying and neutering your animals you are also helping to prevent the overpopulation of companion animals. It just makes sense.
Spay Neuter Assistance Program or SNAP is a program for Limited Income pet owners pay $20 per surgery in SNSI's stateide network after meeting eligibility requirements.
NOTE: You must be a resident of the State of Indiana to request a SNAP application. SNSI utilizes veterinarians in surrounding states, but limits the program to Indiana residents.
Low-Cost Spay-Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) serves Indiana residents with:
For more information on the program and to apply please visit www.spayneuterservices.org
The Pet Friendly license plate is $40, with $25 going directly to SNSI. The plate is available online at the BMV's website and at your local BMV locations.
To sit with those who truly need you, those that everyone else has forgotten. To grasp their paw and stroke their coat. To talk of silly stories with them as you hide the pain of loss. To calm your hands from shaking and keep breathing through the tears. To hold dear every memory of love as you let them go. Giving them the same dedication they gave to us, without question. Sleep well and run free our furred friends. Til we meet again at Rainbow Bridge.
iOur general email is
Stacey Alami President Stacey@libertyacresunited.com
Janell Jensen Vice President Janell@libertyacresunited.com
Stephanie Hill Alexander Secretary Stephanie@libertyacresunited.com
Pam Miller Treasurer Pam@libertyacresunited.com
Brittany Clark Volunteer Coordinator Brittany@libertyacresunited.com
Beth Marsh Beth@libertyacresunited.com
Kaylynn Hooker Kaylynn@libertyacresunited.com
Shell Young Director email@example.com
3546 East Mitchell Road, Liberty, Indiana 47353, United States
As we are still under construction hours are by appointment only at this time. Please call or text (765) 969-4782 to schedule a visit.