Dogtown team lead Tierney Sain shares what it’s like to work with hundreds of dogs who through the years have called Best Friends their home between homes.
Volunteers tell us what they love the most about their fabulous, furry and four-legged sleepover guests.
Sandy Saffold started a running club that benefits the dogs at the Best Friends Lifesaving Center in Atlanta.
For Charger, a paddle-boarding, couch-loving dog who has been blind since birth, the world is his oyster.
Heismann is selective about his friends, but at the Sanctuary he has more friends than ever, thanks to a bit of structure and a lot of understanding.
Quilla was stressed in a shelter, so she barked (a lot) until she came to Best Friends, where she turned out to love quiet time best of all.
Volunteer Janice MacMillan has a soft spot for fearful dogs, so when she met Donner she knew she wanted to help her.
Moose is so smart that he not only mastered the agility course, but he also learned to read.
The world was a scary place for two dogs named Cookie and Diamond — that is, until they met a volunteer who helped them face their fear of people and see how wonderful life can be