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Rehome Responsibly with DPA

What is New Digs? 

Dallas Pets Alive’s mission is to provide resources and programs to eliminate the killing of companion animals in North Texas. Through our innovative program, New Digs, we offer people who can no longer keep their pets the resources to responsibly find new loving new homes. New Digs helps to keep pets out of shelters and gives prospective adopters the opportunity to learn about pets directly from their owners who know them best!

While we do not charge a fee for New Digs adopters, donations to DPA are always encouraged to help us continue our lifesaving mission.
Donate to our New Digs lifesaving efforts here.

“Thank you so much for all your assistance. This was not an easy decision at all, and I appreciate all the resources and time that y’all gave to us to help us find Bailey a new loving home. We cannot thank you enough for everything. Baileys “new digs” are amazing! And she is going to be so loved!” – A Happy New Digs Participant 

New Digs Overview

New Digs Requirements

Additional questions about the process? Please email newdigs@dallaspetsalive.org and a DPA New Digs volunteer will get back to you within 48 hours. 

The pets here are enrolled in Dallas Pets Alive’s (DPA) rehoming program. All of the medical, behavioral and other information about these pets are provided by the pet’s owners and Dallas Pets Alive encourages all adopters to verify the information prior to adoption. Please note that Dallas Pets Alive is acting as intermediary to connect prospective adopters with individuals wanting to rehome their pets. DPA is not liable for any information provided by pet owners participating and the adoption transaction is purely between pets owners and adopters. DPA is not responsible for any damages, injuries or adoption returns as a result of these transactions. DPA! is not responsible or liable for any animals involved in its New Digs program. DPA! acts solely as a facilitator of adoption between the animal’s surrenderer and potential adopter and makes no claims as to the accuracy of the animal’s medical or behavioral history provided by the surrenderer.