The Tri County Collie Rescue's mission is to provide rescue, foster and veterinary care, and ultimately to place in approved 'forever' homes, purebred or almost purebred collies from animal shelters and owners who can no longer care for them, as well as to educate the public about proper pet care and the importance of spaying and neutering all pets. Learn more about them HERE. The Michigan Humane Society's mission is to end companion animal homelessness. They care for more than 100,000 animals each year and are the oldest and largest animal welfare service in Michigan. Learn more about this wonderful organization and how you can get involved HERE. Utah is Best Friends’ home state, and for that reason, they have a special commitment to the animals there.They have a program based in Salt Lake City, Best Friends Animal Society–Utah, which is dedicated to making the entire state no-kill. Since the early 1990s, Best Friends has been creating innovative programs aimed at reducing shelter deaths in Utah. Today, thanks to adoption and spay/neuter campaigns, combined with the development of a statewide coalition of 56 shelters, 26 rescue groups and passionate individuals, 10 Utah communities are now no-kill, and the entire state is on the verge of following suit. Learn more about Best Friends' HERE.
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