Best Friends assists with lifesaving efforts at under-resourced and over-burdened shelter in Edinburg, Texas.
One year after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, strong collaborations have been built and Best Friends has moved up the timeline for establishing a presence in Houston.
Make this National Dog Day count by committing to help to end the killing of dogs (and cats) in shelters.
Low-cost and fee-waived adoptions result in the safe and long-term placement of hundreds of thousands of shelter pets annually.
Once thought of as “dog catchers,” animal control now focuses on identifying animal-related problems and implementing long-term, cost-effective solutions.
Public perception shifting on how we view dogs who look like pit bull terriers.
Kitten inspires Dr. Kate Hurley to attend veterinary school, co-found the Million Cat Challenge and revolutionize shelter medicine.
TNR has evolved to return-to-field, a humane management model that gets community cats fixed and returned to their neighborhoods, bypassing the shelter entirely.
The 2018 Best Friends National Conference that took place in Los Angeles last week (July 19-21) was one of our best yet and, in many ways, marked a quantum leap for Best Friends and for the no-kill movement. The conference has been and remains a transformative experience, both in its rejuvenating
Learn and be inspired by watching live stream of Julie Castle’s keynote address from the conference this Saturday.