The Executive Leadership Certification graduates with a dog
January 17, 2020

Twelve trail-blazing students graduate from Best Friends Animal Society Executive Leadership Certification (ELC) class endorsed by Southern Utah University.

Black kitten being held over the shoulder of a woman
January 13, 2020

California Governor Gavin Newsom makes good on his campaign promise and includes $50M in proposed budget to make the state no-kill for dogs and cats.

Sirius Black the puppy from the Humane Society of Harlingen
January 07, 2020

Highlights from the previous year demonstrate just how bright the future is for homeless dogs and cats.

Best Friends CEO Julie Castle with representative from SUU
December 11, 2019

Best Friends now offers an Executive Leadership Certification (ELC) program in animal welfare backed by SUU.
 

Medium-sized black and tan dog with pointy ears with his head tilted to the side
December 11, 2019

It's time to embrace the positive changes in animal welfare that are speeding up exponentially.

woman holding kitten on her shoulder
December 09, 2019

In partnership with the Walton Family Foundation, Best Friends will open a new pet resource center in Bentonville, Arkansas in the fall of 2021.

woman and dog looking out at Angel Canyon at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
November 27, 2019

This Thanksgiving, Julie Castle invites readers for trip down memory lane as she describes how an experience in Angel Canyon changed the course of her life.

Two woman lying on a bed with a black cat in a room at the Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile
November 26, 2019

An extension of Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, a pet-centric hotel called the Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile opens in southern Utah to support homeless pets. 

Dog wearing a rainbow colored mohawk wig at Strut Your Mutt
October 29, 2019

Best Friends’ fundraising dog walk supports dogs and cats in need and the grassroots shelters and rescue groups who save them.

Red heeler dog with mouth open in smile
October 28, 2019

Best Friends has not and will not change our philosophy, which is expressed in personalized care, treating every animal as an individual.

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