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.
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American Humane Association and the world’s top veterinary experts are asking pet owners across the country to exercise caution but not to panic following reports of illness in animals such as Bentley, the King Charles Spaniel belonging to the Dallas nurse hospitalized with Ebola. Read more
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here are a million good reasons to consider adopting a dog during American Humane Association’s yearly “Adopt-a-Dog Month®” in October – in fact, it’s a lot more than that. Each year, an estimated 3-4 million animals waiting in shelters for someone to give them a safe, loving home never find a hero to adopt them and, tragically, are euthanized.
Blog Post | Mon, 04 Aug 2014 18:32:13 +0000
We weren’t sure that we were going to be able to save him. Weak and frail, I looked into Scooter’s eyes and could tell that he had lost all hope. He simply had just given up and decided that he…
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Blog Post | Wed, 21 May 2014 16:45:30 +0000
American Humane Association vehemently opposes the recent vote by the Louisiana House of Representatives that would allow inhumane fox pen hunting. Here is the letter we sent political leaders there. Please join us by adding your name!
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Blog Post | Wed, 19 Mar 2014 20:46:21 +0000
One neglected animal is one too many. When there are 19, it can feel overwhelming. Shortly after dawn yesterday morning, at the request of the District Attorney General for Tennessee’s 25th Judicial District, our nine Red Star team members along…
The post Red Star deploys to save starving horses in Tennessee appeared first on American Humane Association Blog.
Blog Post | Fri, 07 Mar 2014 19:26:45 +0000
Recently, two juveniles were arrested after a video depicting a boy abusing a dog went viral on social media. This recent story only further justifies our belief that humane education is a must for our society. In the graphic stills…
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)