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Network partners receive more than $500,000 in grants

With Best Friends working collaboratively with other 501(c)3 animal welfare organizations around the country, we can Save Them All.

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Best Friends staff members get involved locally to Save them All

The commitment to Save Them All extends beyond the 9-5 workday for many remote Best Friends employees who advocate for animals in their own communities.

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South Dakota, that howling you hear is the sound of independence

It’s time to celebrate South Dakota Pit Bull Independence Day, as Senate Bill 75 bans breed discrimination.

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Pit bull terrier initiatives progress

We are making progress to educate the public about the plight of pit bull terriers and change stereotypes about them.

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How are we doing?

As a mission-driven organization, tracking our progress with detailed metrics serves to keep us on track and make us accountable to donors.

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A big Best Friends win for the animals in Utah — the battle rages in Missouri

Many of us here at Best Friends spent yesterday afternoon sitting on the edge of our office chairs. We were captivated (and nervous!) watching the live feed of the Utah Senate’s last day. Already passed by the State House, our preemption bill would prevent any local government from enacting breed-discriminatory legislation (BDL). As the debate [...]

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A matter of fairness and justice

New ordinance proposed in Orange County, California, would mandate dogs seized from dogfighting busts be killed.

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2013: A benchmark year for Best Friends and the animals

The past 12 months have been a time of lifesaving progress for Best Friends and the animals.

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Georgia, until we meet again

We have heavy hearts as we share news of Vicktory dog Georgia’s passing, but cherish our memories of her.

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Take Action: The White House Opposes Breed Discriminatory Legislation

Time to ask the President, in his capacity of Commander In Chief, to reverse the Pentagon’s policy of breed discriminatory regulations on U.S. military bases.

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