Being born without back feet hasn't stopped this playful pup.
Born with a congenital deformity,this adventurous little guy scores a family of his own.
This sweet and fun pitbull-type dog loves to play with colorful balls.
Fiesta can be a bit shy. She's still getting comfortable in her own skin.
Whether feeding, cleaning, walking or just spending time socializing, we appreciate all volunteers do.
For a different kind of family vacation, consider the whole group volunteering together at Best Friends.
Regardless of your age, make your birthday a day to remember by spending it helping the animals.
Volunteering at Best Friends is so much fun. The animals will show you just how easy it is to have a ball.
Volunteering isn’t just cleaning and socializing. Offering unique talents helps to Save Them All.
For over 30 years, Best Friends Animal Society has been running the nation's largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals.
Hidden among America’s national treasures is its greatest one — pets. Visit southern Utah’s Best Friends.
There are countless reasons to visit Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in southern Utah. Here are the top 10.
Whether you're a cat, dog, parrot, horse or rabbit person, a trip to Best Friends has something for everyone!