Best Friends works with local No More Homeless Pets Network partner groups and volunteers, as well as distributes grants to help animals impacted by the flood.
Best Friends–Atlanta is set to launch in October, working with area No More Homeless Pets Network partners to Save Them All.
Thanks to recent legislation with bipartisan support, dogs seized from fighting cases in California now have a chance at new lives.
Next week’s National Conference in Salt Lake City offers inspiration, networking opportunities and the chance to learn from the best in the no-kill movement.
Tug, one of the dogs rescued from Michael Vick’s property, crosses the Rainbow Bridge and will be missed by the many who knew and loved him.
Best Friends working with Make Michigan Next coalition on legislation to insure that all dogs in the state are evaluated as individuals, not categories.
Best Friends was founded in 1984. It was in that year that the Best Friends founders acquired the Utah property that would become home to the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for abandoned, abused and special-needs animals. Best Friends Animal Sanctuary remains the heart of our national organization and is home to more than 1,700 dogs, […]
Best Friends employees come to the Sanctuary, the heart of the organization, to renew their commitment to Save Them All.
Recent presidential speech addresses the need for compromise, a lesson that applies to animal welfare advocates working to Save Them All.
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.