There are 1923 No More Homeless Pets Network Partners working with Best Friends

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Richlands, NC
 We specialize in pulling animals that are set to be euthanized at the local animal shelters. Our mission is to prevent euthanasia of  dogs and provide as many second chances as possible to abandoned dogs in our area by rescuing them and providing them loving homes and veterinary care while we find and place them in loving forever homes.  Go to website
Advocates 4
Xenia, OH

Our mission is to motivate, inspire and empower individuals to take action to better the lives of pets in need. We focus our efforts to rescue and rehabilitate shelter and stray companion animals. Our strategic goals include educating the public on the importance of spay/neuter, provide behavioral suggestions to reduce owner relinquishment and a solution to stray and feral cats.

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Ady Gil Rockin' Rescues (NKLA)
Woodland Hills, CA

AGWC Rockin' Rescues is an animal adoption center operating on behalf of dogs and cats who were rescued from various situations such a foreclosures, abandoned, and overcrowding at shelters. We are here to find them much deserving loving and caring human families. AGWC Rockin' Rescues is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. All the proceeds from our adoption center go directly to our animals!

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Agape
Nashville, TN

Agape is dedicated to finding forever homes for misplaced and abandoned dogs while educating the public to be responsible pet owners.

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Aiken County Animal Shelter logo
Aiken, SC

The ACAS is committed to providing excellent service to the citizens of Aiken County. The ACAS supports the Animal Enforcement Divisions from Aiken County and Edgefield County. The ACAS provides temporary shelter to the displaced and homeless animals of Aiken County and Edgefield County. The ACAS strives to educate the community on the importance of responsible pet ownership. The ACAS is committed to reducing the unwanted animal population through the promotion of spaying and neutering. The ACAS adheres the to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians' Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare.

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ARSF logo
Jacksonville, FL

 Our mission is to reduce the number of unwanted, abandoned or abused Akitas throughout  Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and the Carolinas, and  when necessary, provide them with refuge until they can be adopted into responsible loving homes,

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Alachua County Animal Services
Gainesville, FL

The mission of Alachua County Animal Services is to promote public safety for the welfare of citizens and animals.  We accomplish this through education, adoption, sheltering, enforcement, and the rescue of animals that may be stray, injured, unwanted, neglected, or abused.

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Alachua County Humane Society logo
Gainesville, FL

Alachua County Humane Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to eliminate euthanasia of healthy and adoptable cats and dogs in our community by effectively utilizing adoption programs and community outreach.

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Alamo
San Antonio, TX

The mission of Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare (AAPAW) is to bring animal welfare organizations, veterinarians and the community together in partnership to improve the lives of animals in the San Antonio area.

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Alamo Rescue Friends logo
San Antonio, TX

The mission of Alamo Rescue Friends (ARF) is to save the lives of San Antonio's impounded stray dogs by transporting them to safety with our shelter partners in New England, and to encourage the public's involvement in rescue efforts.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Wayne, NJ

The Alan Purcell Animal Shelter is dedicated to providing for the humane treatment of dogs and cats in the Township of Wayne and surrounding communities. Each year the shelter cares for the lives of approximately 1,000 animals. Through its aggressive adoption, spay/neuter, community outreach and humane education programs the Shelter is committed to stimulating the public's awareness of the plight of homeless animals.

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Alaska Advocates logo
Palmer, AK
Our Mission: Alaska Animal Advocates is dedicated to enriching the lives of companion animals in Alaska.  In order to do this, we will place homeless pets in loving environments, address medical concerns, spay or neuter, and offer training as is needed.  Our Food Bank will provide food to pets, whose families are in crisis.   Go to website

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