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Best Friends in Los Angeles
Best Friends is committed to bringing the entire country to no-kill by 2025, and while incredible progress has been made, we need your help more than ever to get across the finish line.

Community engagement, advocacy and collaboration are key tools we use to build relationships and programming that increase lifesaving throughout Los Angeles. We offer guidance for caring for kittens, dog training assistance and trap/neuter/vaccinate/return (TNVR) support through our coalition and staff.  

Nationwide, Best Friends Animal Society is bringing lifesaving tactics to shelters and rescue groups like the ones here in Los Angeles. Based on a foundation of compassion and inclusion, we're working together to help both pets and people.

We want to make sure that everyone has the same access to loving pets and that every adoptable pet has the option of residing in the comfort of a foster home rather than in a kennel at a shelter. 

Our sanctuary: where it all began

From our sanctuary in southern Utah, our work spread across the country and as the organization grew, we established regional programs and lifesaving centers that have become hubs for innovation and inspiration. We’re bringing lifesaving strategies and programs to shelters and rescue groups across the country.

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Do we sound like your cup of kibble?

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Come work with us and help make a difference.

You can make a lifesaving impact for pets in shelters in New York and around the country.

 

 

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Looking to grow your career?

You can help animals and gain professional experience as a Best Friends intern.