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Posts Tagged "dogs"

Hurricane Harvey animals

Overview of Best Friends’ efforts with Hurricane Harvey animals and a detailed account of the outbreak of canine distemper in the shelter population.

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“Dogs That Cannot Touch Each Other”

Though art is often intended to be controversial, animal abuse is not art. Join others who are outraged and let the Guggenheim curator know your thoughts.

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A farewell to Tug, the Vicktory dog

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.

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Viral adoption story highlights absurdity of breed discrimination

Best Friends working with Make Michigan Next coalition on legislation to insure that all dogs in the state are evaluated as individuals, not categories.

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Zappos Black Friday adoption event: A door-buster for sure!

Results are in: More than 6,200 pets adopted as a result of Zappos adoption promotion over Black Friday weekend!

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Zappos gives big to save pets

Zappos is underwriting adoption fees for 100 Best Friends Network partners from Nov. 27-30. Adopt a pet for the holidays!

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Call it owner surrender or on-demand dumping of pets, the policy needs to change

Managed admission, rather than on-demand relinquishment of cats and dogs to shelters, results in more positive outcomes for the animals and more lives saved.

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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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Best Friends SoCal shelter transport program comes to an end

Thanks to other transport partners in L.A. County, Best Friends’ Pup My Ride program set to retire, so resources can be devoted to NKLA initiative.

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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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