News Release | July 1, 2013read more
News Release | June 27, 2013
Spring Into Summer – Safely! At last! The summer season is here. No matter how long winter seemed, summer sneaks up on us fast — sometimes too fast for the health and safety of our pets. So here from the experts at American Humane Association are a few pet safety tips for the hotter months of the year.
News Release | June 24, 2013read more
News Release | June 14, 2013
In Wake of Oklahoma Tornado, American Humane Association Focuses on Helping Protect Companion Animals --- Charity Highlights Emerging Technology and Top 10 List for Emergency Kits
News Release | June 13, 2013
Officials to hold large pet adopt-a-thon on June 23
News Release | June 3, 2013
American Humane Association Focuses on Health, Welfare and Loving Homes for Country’s “Most Popular Pet” and Offers Top 10 Checklist for Cat Parents-To-Be
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News Release | May 26, 2013
American Humane Association’s Red Star™ Rescue Team Brings a Century of Experience (and Two Giant Trucks) to Help Animals of Moore, Oklahoma.
News Release | May 22, 2013
Oklahoma’s Own Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation Lends Crucial Aid to Community. Convoy of Vehicles including 82-foot-long Red Star™ “Rescue Rig,” 50-foot Lois Pope LIFE Rescue Vehicle En Route to Moore, Oklahoma. Emergency Deployment Supported by Mars Petcare US, Rescue Bank®, Banfield Pet Hospital, Zoetis, Lois Pope, MuttNation Foundation, and Caring People Across America.
News Release | May 21, 2013read more
News Release | May 20, 2013
Every year more than 4.5 million Americans, more than half of them children, are bitten by dogs. As part of the National Dog Bite Prevention Week® American Humane Association, the nation’s oldest and largest humanitarian organization protecting the welfare of animals and children, encourages adults to teach children how to avoid dog bites and learn the importance of pet owner responsibility.
News Release | May 15, 2013
Representative for Nevada’s Third District Will Be Honored at “Lights of Compassion” weekend May 17-18th, raising funds for American Humane Association, veterans’ programs, local rescue efforts
News Release | May 13, 2013
Expert in Animal Rescue to Take Helm of Venerable Rescue Program During Time of Rapid Expansion.
News Release | May 9, 2013
American Humane Association’s century-plus history of caring for the nation’s horses helps shape the next steps for equine welfare issues, including standards for aftercare of thoroughbreds
News Release | May 8, 2013
More than 1 in 10 animals taken from shelters no longer in homes six months later, according to major study aiming to help increase pet retention; Research released during “Be Kind to Animals Week®”
News Release | April 23, 2013
In the first national conference to focus on the transformative impact of innovation and technology and their crossover applications for human and animal health, America’s top leaders in science, medicine, philanthropy, and business will examine how breakthroughs in the fields of human and veterinary health can be accelerated through collaborative research involving all family members (animals and people), especially as catalyzed by new devices and technical advances.
News Release | April 23, 2013
One week after the terror attacks and manhunt in and around Boston, the psychological and emotional trauma is still being felt by so many, especially children. To help the healing begin, American Humane Association has mobilized its famed Red Star™ animal-assisted therapy dogs, who are being readied to provide comfort and restore a sense of normalcy to the stricken city.
News Release | April 17, 2013
American Humane Association and Hallmark Channel announced today the return of the “American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™,” a unique program designed to honor our canine allies and the incredible range of contributions they make to our lives every day.
News Release | April 16, 2013
Following the apparent bombings during the Boston Marathon today, American Humane Association issued these tips for parents and other caregivers to help children cope with the fear and uncertainty caused by this tragedy: