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The best is yet to come

With the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, National Conference, Strut Your Mutt, and many positive trends, 2015 looks to be a great year for animals.

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160,000 animals saved during 2014: Best Friends’ 30th anniversary year

As 2014 and Best Friends’ 30 year anniversary draws to a close, Bela’s arrival is just the latest among many year-end highlights in our effort to Save Them All.

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Strut your pit bull … er, mutt!

Strut Your Mutt in New York City raises more than $281,000 and showcases many friendly pit-bull-terrier-like dogs, helping overcome their undeserved stereotypes.

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12 Utah no-kill communities and counting: Learn how collaboration was key at this weekend’s conference

Best Friends believed that Utah could be no-kill across the entire state. That vision is now becoming a reality.

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Where are you strutting this September?

Struts are happening in cities across the country this September. Where are you strutting?

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Best Friends helps save nearly 90,000 lives in 2012

Thank You! Best Friends directly saves or fixes over 90,000 animals in 2012.

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Strut Your Mutt kicks butt!

Best Friends’ national dog walk, Strut Your Mutt, raised $1,280,365 for homeless pets, with over $866,000 of that going directly to 153 Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Network partners across the country.

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Los Angeles and Salt Lake headline the first weekend of Strut Your Mutt 2012

Strut Your Mutt events in L.A. and SLC last Saturday were huge success. SYM events this Saturday will likely push total amount raised for the animals over $1 million.

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Strut Your Mutt empowers lifesaving across the country

2012 Strut Your Mutt goal: Raise $1 million for homeless pets.

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Events that save lives

These one-of-a-kind events pull together the rescue and shelter community to find homes for homeless pets and infuse much-needed funding into local rescue groups toward their lifesaving work.

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