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Obama’s words for the no-kill movement

Recent presidential speech addresses the need for compromise, a lesson that applies to animal welfare advocates working to Save Them All.

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Best Friends earns Harris Poll EquiTrend honors for third time in six years

Message of working together to Save Them All resonates with the public and aids in Best Friends’ Animal Welfare Nonprofit Brand of the Year win.

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Celebrating National Volunteer Week

This week and every week, we offer our most sincere thanks to all the passionate volunteers who work so hard for the animals.

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Million Cat Challenge half way to ambitious goal

Join the Million Cat Challenge virtual party on Facebook today to help celebrate 500,000 feline lives saved.

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The flat earthers of animal welfare

Don’t listen to the naysayers, we can Save Them All. Attend the Best Friends National Conference in Salt Lake City to learn how.

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Global banking firm takes a stand for the animals

Recent policy announcement by the ING Group makes it easier to support companies that support the humane treatment of animals.

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Who should you believe — some reporter or your lying eyes?

Many shelter pit bull terrier identifications are wrong, which can result in grave consequences. Removing labels allows adopters to pick on merits, not stereotypes.

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What’s happening in Oklahoma is not OK for the animals

Oklahoma residents encouraged to take action against legislation which would limit national animal welfare organizations’ efforts in the state.

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The pursuit of breeding perfection leaves a trail of destruction

Survey shows that the average lifespan of many purebred dog breeds is decreasing. Breed registry groups need to take a stand for canine health and welfare.

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Taking an entire state to no-kill

With an 84.2 percent save rate in Utah for 2015, the 56 partners in the NKUT coalition are making incredible headway in creating a no-kill state.

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