THANK YOU for coming out to our day of LOVE! Click on the link below to see your pups photo!
2020 is just around the corner! These beautiful photos taken by Jane Thomson (@portraitofdogs) of the Thank Dog I Am Out Dogs make amazing gifts, not to mention they look stunning on your wall. Get your Christmas shopping done early and help a rescue dog in need!
Pick one up in-store at the Tisol on Arbutus (2738 Arbutus Street), Tisol on Grandview Hwy (3033 Grandview Hwy), or at The Pink Flamingo Pop Up Shop (187 East 11th Ave) – OR order one online today! – $20 ea.
HUGE thank you to everyone who came out to party and celebrate 40 dogs finding their forever homes! It was an amazing day full of laughter and learning, good food and drinks, and amazing friends…oh and some really cute dogs! Don’t forget we have some amazing pups still available for adoption, check out the available dogs page to learn more about them. Thank you to everyone that came together to make this possible, TDIAO team, volunteers, sponsors, and everyone who lent a paw to help! When we put our hearts and minds together, we can achieve great things!
Video credit: ljvproductions
A public service announcement from Thank Dog I Am Out founder Susan Patterson warning dog owners not to leave their dog unattended at any time. Dog thefts have been on the rise in the Vancouver area, and are only getting worse. Dogs are being stolen and re-sold, kept as companions and or shipped out of province to be re-sold as a rescue. Keep your dog safe – NEVER leave them unattended.
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To rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome as many Adoptable Dogs at risk of being euthanized, surrendered, abused, or neglected as possible.
Our dogs come first. They are the centre of why we do what we do. As a registered not-for-profit rescue society, the safety, wellbeing, and health of our adoptable dogs comes before anything and everything else. This means we do rigorous background checks, home checks, and follow-ups with every adopted dogs and foster dogs.
DOGS KILLED PER DAY IN US SHELTERS