There are 2270 Best Friends Network partners working with Best Friends

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Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747

To provide comprehensive care in a loving and safe environment to animals in need in Fall River County, SD and the surrounding areas, while reducing the number of animals in need of rescue and promoting kindness towards animals in the community.

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BF Network Partner 172H
San Carlos, California 94070

After years of taking in, neutering, fostering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, Alexandra and Adriana were looking for a way to make a bigger difference. They realized the most vital impact could be made by starting an organization that would form a bridge between local non-profits and the county animal shelters. Help us achieve a No Kill Bay Area… 4 legs at a time!

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BF Network Partner 172H
Rogersville, Tennessee

Our mission at Beat the Heat Alliance Inc.,is to reduce the number of homeless dogs and cats by providing prompt spay/neuter access, assistance and education to the residents of northeast Tennessee.

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Beautys Haven
Morriston, Florida 32668

Beauty's Haven Farm & Equine Rescue, Inc. helps horses in need by rescuing, rehabilitating, training and when they are ready, finding them good, suitable homes. Age and breed do not matter. We oftentimes accept horses that other rescues won’t take because necessary rehabilitation would be too time consuming and/or costly.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Beaver, Utah

The mission of the Beaver County Animal Control Department is to balance the health, safety and welfare needs of the people and animals in Beaver County.

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Because Animals Matter
Hurricane, Utah

To reduce animal abuse and neglect in the community through education. BAM operates as a network of foster homes to assist animals in need of finding their forever homes, and as a network of volunteers to support community programs focused on building strong humane relationships between people and their pets.

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BF Network Partner 172H
Shelbyville, Tennessee

Bedford County Animal Control, (BCAC) is an open admission shelter located in a small city of southern Tennessee. Unfortunately, the laws requarding companion animals in much of the south are a bit behind the times causing over population explosions.

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BeFreegle Foundation
Putnam Valley, New York

The BeFreegle Foundation is a unique non-profit organization dedicated to providing sanctuary and rehabilitation to dogs that have been used in research. The Foundation is dedicated to helping former research dogs become beloved companion animals through fostering each dog in a home environment until they become familiar with their new life and are ready to be adopted.

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Great River Rescue
Bemidji, Minnesota

Great River Rescue (formerly known as Beltrami Humane Society) was established in 1977 as one of the few “no-kill” shelters in the United States. The “no-kill” policy ensures that animals are not euthanized on a routine basis in order to make room for other animals. Since inception in 1977, Great River Rescue has helped over 10,000 animals with a second chance at life.

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Bend SN
Bend, Oregon

Bend Spay and Neuter Project provides low and no cost spay and neuter services in Central Oregon. We also provide low cost vaccine and microchips and exams to people who are low or no income. We have a foster network that adopts out cats and kittens including a feral barn cat adoption program. We also provide free spay and neuter for feral cats through our Trap, Neuter, Return Program.

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Benton Franklin Humane Society
Kennewick, Washington 99354

We are a non-profit located in South-Eastern Washington. Our goal is to provide a safe haven for animals at risk for displacement in our area of Washington and North-East Oregon.

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Best Friends Furever

Best Friends Furever is a group of volunteers dedicated to helping the homeless animals in the Greater Harrisburg (PA) region.

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