Our Brand New Website!

June 29, 2023

We are EXCITED to announce we have a NEW WEBSITE!

We love the bright new look and hope you will find the website informative, engaging, and most of all- inspiring.

The site was made possible through the generous donation of time and talent (and hearts for rescue) of the team at IMGE, a full service digital firm based in Alexandria, VA that specializes in designing and executing integrated digital campaigns.

Please poke around the website and be sure to notice all the new features, including my favorite feature – the interactive map of our visited shelters (which is close, but not completely up to date!).

The Resource Guide, our most popular section of the website, contains ideas and information on grants, shelter practices, fostering, advocacy, children’s education, fundraising, and more. It will be getting a facelift in the coming months, so be sure to check back as one of our dedicated volunteers works to add lots of new information and spruce up the appearance.

Please bear with us as we finalize and tweak parts of the site. If you’re a subscriber (and if you’re not, you can sign up on the new site – look for the bright yellow envelope image) you may notice a few familiar posts landing in your email box.

There was a massive amount of information to move over, so some of our most recent content didn’t make the jump over to the new site, so we will be slowly adding those important posts containing stories of our shelter visits and the issues, questions, and solutions they raise. So as not to overwhelm you, you’ll probably see one extra post each week. The story may be familiar, but I’ll check in with each shelter or rescue before posting and add any new updates.

And be sure to hop over to the blog’s new location (under the media tab) to read the latest posts.

Click the yellow banner at the top of the main page to find information about our latest project, which at the moment is OPERATION HOT DOGS.

We’d love to hear what you think about the website, including any ideas for information you’d like to see us add.

Our mission is to raise awareness and resources for homeless dogs and the heroes who fight for them. To that end, the website is a key piece. You can help us follow our mission by subscribing to our updates, following us on the social media platform you use most, and sharing all that you learn within your own network.

Please be patient as we perfect our beautiful new website.

And THANK YOU once again to the team at IMGE – your talent, professionalism, and generosity has been wonderful to experience over this last year as we worked with you on not just the website, but branding and logo.

Until each one has a home,


If you want to learn more, be sure to subscribe to this blog. And help us spread the word by sharing this post with others. Visit our website to learn more.

You can also help raise awareness by following/commenting/sharing us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Tik Tok, and the Who Will Let the Dogs Out podcast.

Learn more about what is happening in our southern shelters and rescues in the book, One Hundred Dogs & Counting: One Woman, Ten Thousand Miles, and a Journey Into the Heart of Shelters and Rescues (Pegasus Books, 2020). It’s the story of a challenging foster dog who inspired me to travel south to find out where all the dogs were coming from. It tells the story of how Who Will Let the Dogs Out began. Find it anywhere books are sold. A portion of the proceeds of every book sold go to help unwanted animals in the south.

For more information on any of our projects, to talk about rescue in your neck of the woods, or become a WWLDO volunteer, please email whowillletthedogsout@gmail.com or carasueachterberg@gmail.com.

And for links to everything WWLDO check out our Linktree.

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