Partners and Affiliates

DEWS values the support of like minded partners and affiliates who work to keep our families, neighbors and our pets safe. We actively seek out partners who share our vision and welcome their participation in our common work towards building a safer world for those we love.

DEWS is thrilled to have gained Dr. Dunbar’s permission to post weekly quotations from his internationally acclaimed book, How To Teach a New Dog Old Tricks.  Dr. Dunbar’s books are regarded by readers and trainers as the owner’s Bible for dog training. To learn more about Dr. Dunbar’s course material, many books and storied personal history as a British TV personality and founder of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, please visit his website at:

Street Smart Kids

Street Smart Kidz is an organization devoted to giving kids the tools to be able to think their way through dangerous situations. In partnership with Street Smart Kidz we hope to help teach a public dog safety alert system that will protect families and children from potentially dangerous encounters with dogs. Learn More.



Canine Behaviourist

“J-C” St-Louis – Canine Behaviourist

“J-C” is a former Calgary Police K-9 Handler and Breeding Coordinator. He is full time consultant with over 30 years experience who does assessments and private one-on-one, in-home training, and he also receives referrals by veterinarians. “J-C” has offered his ongoing active support in the promotion of the DEWS safety system and has graciously attended with us to lend his support of DEWS at a recent trade show. Learn More.

Advocacy In Motion Society

Advocacy In Motion Society

Advocacy in Motion Society (AIM) dedicates itself to the inclusion of persons with developmental disabilities. AIM has partnered with DEWS to create sheltered employment opportunities in the packaging of our DEWS bandanas to assist us with the work of getting our message out. Learn More.

The St. Paul Animal Shelter is a non for profit, no-kill animal shelter dedicated to assisting displaced and misplaced pets find forever homes through adoption. St. Paul’s is partnering with DEWS to promote our dog alert system through their schools, to their town council, through a local radio program and to local and national organizations. You may learn more about their charitable work at

Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation is a not-for-profit, no-kill dog rescue based in Calgary, AB that saves dogs facing life-threatening circumstances in Canada, the United States, and Mexico, and is also involved in an education program in Mexico. Pawsitive Match volunteers with the Alberta Spay and Neuter Task Force to  organize a spay and neuter clinic on our local First Nations reserves. Pawsitive Match believes that the DEWS system will enhance dog and pedestrian safety and has partnered with us to promote our system. To learn more about their special work visit

Dogs In Need Organization (DINO) is a non-profit animal welfare organization located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada which provides shelter to rescued dogs until an appropriately matched loving home is found. Please visit their site at to see their terrific educational resources and gain a complete overview of their important work and caring services.


The High Country SPCA is a volunteer run animal rescue for the Turner Valley area that advertises its homeless animals for adoption via its Face Book page. You may obtain their executive’s contact information on their website to inquire about their full mission and services at as their website is currently under construction.

Becky Ferguson, owner of Furever Reflections Pet and Family Photography, has graciously donated her professional skills to provide a weekly photograph for posting on the DEWS Face Book featuring a dog in need of adoption from amongst the rescues at Heaven Can Wait.  Becky grew up surrounded by animals – at one point there were 16 pets in her home:  4 dogs, 3 cats, 2 chinchillas and 6 sugar gliders – and it was her love for pets that moved her to capture them on film. In her spare moments, Becky provides similar photos of adoptable dogs for AARCS and Fur-Ever Homes. A gallery of her work may be seen at: , and you may contact Becky at: to discuss affordable options for your family’s portraits which include your beloved pets.

Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue is a Non Profit run by volunteers that is dedicated to saving adoptable dogs and cats slated for euthanization.  Each animal is given loving care, training and provided with necessary medical care such as vaccinations and spay/neutering through foster families, and our Safe Haven or our transported to reputable rescues and no-kill shelters where adoption awaits them.  For more information please visit their website at:


Rollover Premium Pet Food is proud to be the original North American producer of all-natural, semi-soft dog food rolls. They ALWAYS use a high quality protein, real meat, as the first ingredient and never use artificial flavours, colours or preservatives, as well as have NEVER used rendered materials, bone meal, soy, fillers or risk materials in any of our products. Rollover has generously offered to supply DEWS with treats to give away at community events – See more at:  

Sundance Canine Rescue Society is a Non Profit that relies on volunteers and donations for its operation.  They provide a safe haven for all of Alberta’s abused, neglected and unwanted canines and their mission includes community education on responsible pet ownership, the removal of distressed dogs and the hosting of adoption events to find homes for rehabilitated canines. To learn more about their important work, please visit:

Heaven Can Wait Heaven provides shelter, care and nourishment to abandoned, abused and homeless domestic animals within High River and the surrounding area, and promotes adoptions for the animals through advertising, media, event planning, internet, open houses, and networking to promote adoptions. They also trap and alter feral preventing thousands of unwanted births. For more information, please visit:

Alberta Lost Pet locators provides services for rescued dogs which include free pick up within a 4 hour area of their heated facility, quarantine before transferring to other rescues, vaccinations, debugging and any needed vet care, grooming, socialization, and rehabilitation or sanctuary for dogs with behavior issues.  They originated and developed signage for the Block Pet Watch program which may be seen at:

Cops for Canine Compassion

The Face Book Page for Cops for Canine Compassion is a vehicle which acts as a public forum for animal welfare centered around the reporting animal cruelty and dog fighting rings. Public education at community events brings awareness to this issue.  To make contact, please visit:

Mia Staysko, of White Lotus Interiors, volunteers to do graphics for our weekly posting of a photo of a rescue from Heaven Can Wait.  We are grateful for her artful placement text which includes a quote from Dr. Dunbar’s Book, How To Teach a New Dog Old Tricks.

Please check out her Interior Decorating site at:


Ridge Rescue Society, is a registered Alberta Not For Profit whose mission is “To provide forever lasting love, care, and homes for those animals that once were unwanted, neglected, surrendered, abandoned, abused, and homeless.”They operate a no-kill AB rescue but have access to transport options to rescue across Canada for dogs from situations such as spay/neuter clinics, stray dogs, owner surrenders depending on circumstances and shelters where euthanasia is an option. RRS is entirely volunteer run and relies on fundraising and donations for all of its work.  For more information, you may contact them through their website at:

The humane animal rescue team (hart) is a non-profit organization committed to:

  • rescuing stray, abandoned, and unwanted dogs from rural areas (including First Nations) surrounding Edmonton, Alberta and placing them in permanent homes;
  • providing programs that promote responsible pet ownership, and prevent cruelty to animals; and
  • promoting spay and neuter initiatives that reduce the number of unwanted litters.

For information about fostering, adoptions or volunteering please contact them through their website at:

Networking with animal lovers and organizations to help find, rescue, relocate, educate, raise awareness or funds, and re-home animals in Edmonton (and area), Alberta, CANADA.

CAWS (Community Animal Welfare Society) is a No Kill rescue of 20 years that has twice won the ‘Utah Animal Organization of the Year’ award and was named by the Salt Lake Magazine as the ‘Best Place to Adopt a Pet”. Their mission is to work with the community to help animals and they provide multiple rescue shelters, foster, education and adoption programs by way of donations and the work of many volunteers. To learn more about their organization please visit their website at: