May 27, 2010

America’s Fastest-Growing Animal-Welfare Label Presents True Humane Tracking™ At World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa

News Release | May 27, 2010

The American Humane Association’s farm-animal welfare program, American Humane® Certified, will exhibit at the National Pork Producers Council’s World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, to showcase the fastest-growing animal welfare program for humane-labeled food products to leading pork producers and processors

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May 26, 2010

American Humane Association issues stern response to undercover video of farm animal abuse

News Release | May 26, 2010

The American Humane Association expressed outrage over shocking video footage released today by animal advocacy group Mercy For Animals that allegedly shows farm workers subjecting cows and young calves to viciously horrible abuse. The group stated that the video was captured on hidden camera at Conklin Dairy Farms in Plain City, Ohio

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May 19, 2010

American Humane Association’s Red Star Animal Emergency Services™ Helping Care for 26 Severely Neglected Horses in Maryland

News Release | May 19, 2010

The American Humane Association’s Red Star Animal Emergency Services™ team is in Howard County, Md., helping care for 26 horses — all extremely neglected and found on the verge of starvation — that were seized from a farm in western Maryland, along with 18 cows and six goats. Rescuers also found animal carcasses in numerous locations around the property

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May 19, 2010

Give a Shelter Cat a Starring Role in Your Life During American Humane’s Adopt-A-Cat Month® in June

News Release | May 19, 2010

Set the stage for a life filled with love and companionship by adopting a shelter cat during American Humane’s Adopt-A-Cat Month in June.

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May 11, 2010

Animal Planet’s R.O.A.R. Program Donates $25,000 to American Humane’s Second Chance® Fund to Help Abused Animals

News Release | May 11, 2010

Animal Planet’s R.O.A.R. (Reach Out. Act. Respond.) advocacy program has donated $25,000 to benefit the American Humane Association’s Second Chance® Fund, which distributes grants to help give abused or neglected animals a second chance at life

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May 5, 2010

Horse Injured and Euthanized While Filming on the Set of ‘Luck’

News Release | May 5, 2010

During the April 30, 2010, filming of the new HBO series pilot, Luck, a racehorse stumbled following a short race sequence and fell on its shoulder, causing a severe fracture. The two veterinarians on the scene deemed the condition inoperable and determined that the most humane course of action was euthanasia. An American Humane Certified Animal Safety Representative™ was monitoring the animal action on the set when the incident occurred

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April 29, 2010

Tim Amlaw Appointed Vice President of American Humane® Certified Farm Animal Program

News Release | April 29, 2010

Agriculture industry veteran Tim Amlaw has been named vice president of American Humane® Certified, the farm animal welfare standards program of the American Humane Association. Learn more.

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April 26, 2010

American Humane’s Second Chance Grant Helps 71 Dogs Rescued From Deplorable Conditions

News Release | April 26, 2010

The American Humane Association awarded a $20,000 Second Chance® grant to the Dublin-Laurens County Humane Society in Dublin, Ga., to help care for 71 dogs that were rescued from an animal “refuge” in southern Mississippi.

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April 26, 2010

American Humane’s Bill to Ban Gas Chambers in Animal Shelters

News Release | April 26, 2010

Michigan House Bills 6042/6043 will be heard before the House Committee on Agriculture on Wednesday, April 28, at noon. HB 6042/6043 would ensure that when the state’s unhealthy or unadoptable shelter cats and dogs are euthanized, the procedure will only be done by injection of sodium pentobarbital. This method is called “euthanasia by injection” or “EBI.

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April 21, 2010

American Humane Association: Cruelty to Animals Is NOT Free Speech or Entertainment

News Release | April 21, 2010

The American Humane Association urges Congress to act immediately to protect animals from abuse, in light of Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to invalidate federal law that prohibited videos, photographs and other depictions of acts of cruelty to animals for commercial gain.

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