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December 1, 2011
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December 1, 2011
7 people found this review helpful

I came to know of DDB through facebook interactions. As I began following DDB on facebook I started noticing that people who were asking legitimate questions about DDB's actions were treated very poorly and ridiculed and even called names. I myself had questions for them about a dog named Joel and how they removed (in my opinion, downright stole)) him for the care of one of their volunteers. Within a couple off days of inquiring, I was promtly banned from being able to ask questions or respond to others comments. Also, my previous posts were deleted from their page. This was actually happening to anybody and everybody that dared ask or say anything that they didn't like. I have seen some of the most disgusting name calling, accusations and downright lies being told by those that are supporting this organization. I have also read the testimony of many former volunteers and supporters, who have legitimate questions that never seem to get answered. If you are legitimate, why cannot peoples questions be answered, what are you afraid of? Personally, since I have been following the DDB organization, I think they have done more to harm the dog rescue cause than they have to help it.

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Some

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2011

June 9, 2011

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June 9, 2011

DDB is the best organization in this country!!!! These people spend countless hours helping the voiceless dog's that need help. They helped me with a dog that was unwanted by it's owner. Keep up the GREAT work!

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The help of a dog that wasn't wanted by his owner

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Keep up the excellent work.

June 8, 2011

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June 8, 2011

I have never seen anything but good works from DDB. I know for a fact that their reps work endless hours to better the life of dogs. I also know first hand that these reps spend a lot of their own money to assure that the rescues are given a better life. I suggest that instead of criticizing DDB that those of you that find vault use that time to rescue animals yourself. I really thing that would be more beneficial to society. I personally have three rescue dogs and it makes me sick to think what would have happened. Do I this many dogs at one time? NO, but I certainly would not have let them pass me by and live a horrible life! So I can rest knowing that I helped.

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This organization has helped me get to rescues spayed, which I could not afford otherwise. I will always be grateful to them for taking the time to make an animals life better. Yes they are saving lives.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Spend more time finding volunteers to foster dogs.

June 8, 2011
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June 8, 2011
1 person found this review helpful

I have watched DDB advocate for, educate the public, and rescue chained dogs all over the US for many years. They have made leaps and bounds in anti-tethering legislation. Every rep I have ever met has been passionate, respectful, and eager to help and make change.

I have made many
donations to DDB and have always been thanked and sent a receipt. I will continue to support DDB through donations, and I have even added them to my will.

I had the honor or meeting their founder, Tami Thayne, who is great woman of strength and resolve. She is out in the field, in the trenches with her volunteers.

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donating and fostering

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They are TOO nice! I would have surely broken from dealing with some of the ignorance they have to deal with. The are better folks than me, they remain respectful and professional even when faced with hostile adversity.

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Definitely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

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Tv News

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2011

June 6, 2011
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June 6, 2011
10 people found this review helpful

I had posted on their website asking them to explain why they took a formerly chained dog named Joel away from his adopter after she questioned the mis use of funds raised for the dog. She spent over $1000 dollars on getting the dog healthy and happy, she was never reimbursed, yet the DDB of Washington State continued to raise funds for Joels care. This mis use lead to the public finding out that DDB is not registered in most states as a 501c non profit. The Washington state site sent in a registration 4 days after they were questioned. DDB state organizations are raising monies illegally in most cases and are punishing those who question them.

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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

posting to their website and trying to find out their rational for removing a dog from his happy healthy home

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Change their way of responding to people and make them accountable for their actions. Also be sure they are raising their funds legally, and not misleading the public

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