Dog in the window of a NKLA van
January 17, 2019

NKLA, the historic no-kill campaign that changed everything, is only .3 percent shy of the no-kill benchmark.

Small dog kissing a woman on her chin
January 15, 2019

The future of animal services must begin with a fully informed and engaged community of animal lovers.

White shepherd mix dog with tongue hanging out sitting on an orange chair
January 09, 2019

Celebrate the top 10 highlights featuring 2018 accomplishments for the animals in Best Friends' goal to achieve a no-kill nation by 2025.

The farm bill protects pet dogs like these
December 13, 2018

The farm bill revised is in 2018 to include Dog and Cat Meat Prohibition Act, Pet and Women Safety (PAWS) Act, and Parity in Animal Cruelty Enforcement (PACE) Acts.

Mama the German shepherd in her new home
December 03, 2018

Lucky German shepherd from Harris County Animal Shelter finds home with Best Friends’ Francis Battista and illustrates the importance of adopting pets.

A man and a woman talking to each other in an animal shelter with a small beagle between them
November 21, 2018

Rather than typical prison-like structures, animal shelters in the future are expected to be more like community animal resource centers.

Woman carrying a brindle and white pit-bull-type dog
November 13, 2018

Collaboration among Los Angeles animal welfare organizations helps save animals during California wildfire crisis.

White and brown pit-bull-type dog with cropped ears with mouth in a smile
November 07, 2018

With the help of Best Friends’ legal team, IMLA unveils its new safety-first, breed-neutral dangerous dog model ordinance – and it’s already making an impact.

Smiling woman holding two tan and white puppies next to a transport vehicle
November 07, 2018

The first 70 of 800 dogs from south Texas are on the road to shelters in Colorado and New Mexico to find loving homes.

Person holding a tiny black and white kitten in blue gloved hands
November 07, 2018

Best Friends in Los Angeles has committed to save every kitten from L.A. city shelters between now and the end of the year, but help is needed.

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