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It’s time to Strut Your Mutt and raise money to save lives

Get strutting! Your participation in our annual dog walk in 12 cities around the nation offers fundraising opportunities for local shelter and rescues.

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On puppy mills and presidents

Animal advocacy hits the campaign trail, as presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a stance on puppy mills, indicating the need to do more.

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The guy in the dog suit: Part II

The DNA test results are in for Teddy, a mixed-breed dog of previously unknown ancestry, who was rescued following Hurricane Katrina.

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Ten years later: Reflections on Hurricane Katrina

A decade after Hurricane Katrina, Francis reflects on how the storm united animal lovers around a shared ideal that the lives of all pets matter.

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Full-circle win in Beverly Hills

Victory in Beverly Hills, where Best Friends’ work against puppy mills first began, after recent passage of retail pet sales ordinance.

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Who’s the guy in the dog suit? A DNA test will finally reveal the truth!

As part of our commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, a DNA panel is being run on rescued dog Teddy. Guess his genetic identity and win.

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Utah’s best-kept secret

Thanks to a Utah Office of Tourism grant, Best Friends is launching a national marketing campaign to promote visiting the Sanctuary, the heart of our organization.

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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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Grand jury’s refusal to prosecute: A lack of compassion for cats

Be a voice for Tiger and all cats. Request that Kristen Lindsey’s veterinary license be revoked by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.

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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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