Zoos and aquariums are essential to the web of life on Earth, serving as lifeboats for disappearing species. Our new Humane Conservation™ program is the first of its kind, helping ensure the humane treatment of millions of animals living in human care at the world’s zoos, aquariums and conservation parks.
This year, American Humane Association is proudly commemorating a century of rescuing animals from war, hurricanes, floods and other disasters.
Voting in the 2016 American Humane Association Hero Veterinarian and Hero Veterinary Technician Awards™, sponsored by Zoetis, is now open!
Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Dog and Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Very Good, Very Bad Cat are in stores now, and proceeds from these heartwarming new books about the zany, wonderful pets in our lives benefit American Humane Association.
Learn more about how we spring into action, rescuing animals and protecting children and families when natural disasters strike.
Our scientists are working tirelessly on this groundbreaking program to improve the welfare and well-being of animals.
Through our Second Chance® Fund, we help sheltering agencies nationwide care for abused and neglected animals so they can recover and be adopted into loving, forever homes.
Animal actors depend on us. American Humane Association’s Film & TV Unit is the industry’s only officially sanctioned program to keep animals safe on the set of thousands of productions every year.
Extraordinary dogs have their day as the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™ celebrate the powerful relationship between people and animals. Join us as we celebrate heroes on both ends of the leash.