Brody is ready to interview to be your new best friend. He comes with references. Just ask the staff and volunteers. Brody never calls in sick and is willing to be at your beck and call 24 hours a day. This handsome boy can dress for success but he also loves to run naked through the woods. He so versitile. For more information please give us a call at 765-969-4782.
Our website and Sanctuary are currently under construction so please give us a call at 765-969-4782 before dropping by.
Liberty Acres is a 22 acre sanctuary devoted to enriching the lives of dogs as they wait for a "forever family".
While at Liberty Acres, dogs enjoy accommodations in cozy, tiny homes with access to a doggy door and a fenced in area. There are trained staff that live on the property, therefore the dogs never feel alone.
Daily Activities for the dogs include: hikes in the woods, off leash running in the fenced areas and of course, a dip in the large pond.
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 that 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 and $125 for a puppy. This includes the spay/neuter and vaccinations. **As we are still in the construction phase please give us a call at 765-969-4782 before dropping by.
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 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. 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. 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.
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.
We have come so far but have much more to do before we can officially open. You can help by making your tax deductible donation to turn dreams into reality.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission. Below are some links for donations. You can also mail your tax deductible donations to 3546 East Mitchell Rd Liberty, IN 47353.
10% of all sales will be donated to our sanctuary!
Stop in at
401 S 5th St
Richmond, Indiana 47374
from 5pm to 10pm
Join us at Petvalu to meet some of our adoptables every fourth Saturday of the month. Stop in at 4740 National Rd E, Richmond, IN 47374 from noon to 4pm.
Get your tickets with Liberty Acres. Just give Jayne a call at 765-969-4782 or Jen at Better Homes and Gardens in the depot district and pick some up. Cost is $20 per ticket. LIBERTY ACRES will receive 100% of the monies for the tickets we sale! Thank you!
Saturday, March 3rd
4th Floor Blues CLub
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.
The Sanctuary is in need of a Utility Vehicle such as a mule or gator. There is 22 acres of land to care for here and this would help a great deal. If anyone could donate one or if you would like to make a monetary donation to help us get one it would be greatly appreciated.
Please send us a message or call us for an appointment.
Or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
3546 East Mitchell Road, Liberty, Indiana 47353, United States
By appointment only at this time. Please call (765) 969-4782 to schedule a visit.