COVID Update

COVID Update

For those of you keeping track, it’s Monday! We thought we’d start off our week with an update. At DIBS, we are all doing ok – volunteers and dogs alike. We are down to just 2 dogs available for adoption and the amount of applications for them, has...

COVID Edition – Picking up a dog!

Volunteers: 1. Airport Lead.  There will be one DIBS “Airport Lead” person at the airport. Airport lead person will need contact info for the flight escort, so they can discuss progress/address questions.  Airport lead will be the only DIBS person going into the...

Sweatshirt “I gotta pet this dog”

Hello! On March 1st, we will be placing an order for a new DIBS sweatshirt to help raise funds! TWO versions of the sweatshirt: LUXE version – $70 -Sponge fleece – 60% combed and ring-spun cotton 40% poly STANDARD version – $45  – 50% cotton,...
Tis the Season!

Tis the Season!

Regardless of what we celebrate this time of year, we all know the vibe is different. Things get busier, louder, and our routines are off.  Just like people, our pets do notice it – the good and the bad.  For a good number of dogs, this has been their first year...
Tractive….The 101 Info!

Tractive….The 101 Info!

As you may have heard, all dogs in DIBS foster homes have a Tractive device on them during all daytime hours.  We know that dogs can get loose while on a walk, in a park, or just bolting out of the front door of a home. When a dog is adopted, the new owners have the...

Personal Reference to Foster

Hello! Someone in your life has applied to foster dogs for DIBS Rescue, and they have listed you as a reference for them.  Please don’t delay, and respond to the following questions. Thanks for helping save more dog lives! Once you complete the form, you will...
The Rainbow Bridge

The Rainbow Bridge

Sultan Passed away 28-December-2018   Freya Passed away 1-October-2018   Lula (was Regina)  Passed away 15-June-2018 Mariah Passed away 8-May-2018 Kito (was Cokito) Passed away 26-April-2018  ...
Understanding & Catching Fearful Dogs

Understanding & Catching Fearful Dogs

This document is aimed at assisting people who are trying to catch a high stress, fearful dog.   It can not cover every possible scenario but details the most proven methods for getting a fearful dog back home. Dogs generally run for one of two reasons; you need to...
Potty-Training!

Potty-Training!

When you adopt (or foster) we don’t know a dogs skills in the bathroom department!  We can hope, but we never know! To help with potty-training, there are few important tips! Outside treats only Schedule & consistency Crate training The same as with...