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2015 Best Friends National Conference

The BF National Conference killed it for no-kill! Best Friends CDMO Julie Castle recaps the 2015 conference, which is being called the best one yet.

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The Fourth of July dilemma

Keep your pets happy and safe this Independence Day and consider adopting during our “Celebrate Freedom” campaign.

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Sin no more: Las Vegas announces plan to take city to no-kill

After city’s rough animal welfare history, nonprofit group The Animal Foundation commits to making Las Vegas’ municipal shelter no-kill by 2020.

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Austin names new animal services chief

Tawny Hammond brings experience and leadership from Fairfax County, Virginia, the nation’s largest no-kill jurisdiction, to Austin, Texas, starting June 15.

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Come and get ’em while they last!

Please join us at our Pet Super Adoption events, featuring hundreds of cats and dogs, coming up in New York City, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles.

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Eight reasons to attend this year’s Best Friends National Conference

Best Friends’ 2015 National Conference in Atlanta, expected to be the biggest and best ever, offers an inspiring and uplifting place to learn to Save Them All.

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Want to help Save Them All? Talk to 10 friends today.

Share your passion for Best Friends and saving lives, and turn your friends into supporters just like you, by recruiting others to Save Them All.

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Badges? We don’t need no stinking badges.

Since 1984, Best Friends has advocated the no-kill message and that effort continues at the 2015 Best Friends National Conference from July 16-19 in Atlanta.

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Movement leader, game-changer and 70th birthday guy

Julie Castle honors her mentor and beloved friend Francis Battista, encouraging others to offer birthday greetings to him on his special day.

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The most effective program of all

Spreading the word about Best Friends and the no-kill movement to those outside of the animal welfare community helps save the lives of shelter pets.

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