Collaborating with animal experts to determine what makes animals healthy, happy and safe.
Rapid response to rescue and care for animals in disasters and other emergencies.
The nation’s first and fastest-growing independent animal welfare label program.
The only official program to keep animal actors safe on the sets of filmed productions.
Offsetting the cost of treating homeless animal victims of abuse or neglect.
News Release | July 20, 2011
A valuable book called Pet Meets Baby is available in a free download from American Humane Association www.americanhumane.org/petmeetsbaby to help families safely introduce a new baby or new child to a beloved pet, and a new pet to their children. Too often, young families relinquish a pet when the first baby comes, fearing harm to an infant. But there are ways to prepare the pet for a safe introduction to children, and a gentle transition in a family’s attention when a new child takes center stage. Read more
News Release | May 12, 2011
Fabio Viviani, one of the world’s greatest chefs and restauranteurs, has been named a National Ambassador for American Humane Association, the nation’s voice for the protection of children and animals. In accepting this position for the 134-year-old nonprofit, Chef Viviani will be seeking to bring some tenderness to America’s tables by promoting the use of humanely raised food.
Blog Post | Fri, 15 Mar 2013 00:21:27 +0000
American Humane Association has enlisted an independent scientific and medical expert on marine species to conduct an investigation into the unfortunate death of a shark several hours after filming a commercial in California last week. Our mission is to ensure the safety and humane treatment of animals during production, and we can report that thereRead More
Blog Post | Wed, 12 Dec 2012 18:21:48 +0000
Prairie Dogs near my home in Denver (Stapleton area), Colorado SOMEONE RECENTLY ASKED ME what types of animals are included in American Humane Association’s mission. I replied that all animals in our world deserve humane treatment and are important to American Humane Association. While we often work on behalf of our pets (dogs, cats), horses,Read More
The post American Humane Association’s Mission? Protecting Animals of All Kinds appeared first on American Humane Association.
Blog Post | Mon, 08 Oct 2012 19:14:17 +0000
By Diane Robinson Thursday, October 4 Wow the roller-coaster that is placing animals! I thought we were going to end up with close to 60 animals for the adoption event and instead may have less than a dozen if even that many. Here are photos of the animals who left yesterday for HSSM. This isRead More
The post Red Star Adoption Update from the Tennessee Rescue Operations appeared first on American Humane Association.
Blog Post | Wed, 08 Feb 2012 21:30:08 +0000
I hope you’ve been following the inspiring tale of the 141 dogs sheltered and cared for by our Red Star™ Rescue Team in Memphis over the past few weeks. Since World War I, our team has been ready to deploy around the world wherever and whenever there are animals in need of our care. FinallyRead More
The post A visit with some of the Memphis Airlift’s fuzzy flyers appeared first on American Humane Association.
Animals Need You
When she was a child stuck in foster care, Ashley Rhodes-Courter was voiceless, just like animals are.
HERO DOG AWARDS
Listen to this special Petcast from our Board Member and National Ambassador Steve Dale. Tune in to learn about the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards™ and to celebrate all the ways that dogs can be heroes. (from WGN Radio)