February 8, 2010

HBO’s ‘Temple Grandin’ Movie Applauded

News Release | February 8, 2010

The American Humane Association and the Federation of Animal Science Societies (FASS) today praised the new HBO movie, Temple Grandin, which aired Saturday, Feb. 6. The movie depicts the life of Temple Grandin as a young woman struggling with the challenges of autism to become a successful doctor of animal science through her unique connection to animals. Dr. Grandin is widely recognized within the animal welfare and livestock-handling industries as a pioneer in the ethical treatment of animals

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February 8, 2010

Clydesdales, Cockatoos and Capuchin Monkeys Agree: ‘No Animals Were Harmed’ in Super Bowl Ads

News Release | February 8, 2010

Sunday might have been a tough day for the Colts, but it was a great day for frogs, dogs, Clydesdales, elephants and other creatures featured in some of the eagerly awaited Super Bowl ads.

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February 7, 2010

Seized Dogs from Suspected Puppy Mill Flying to New York Today

News Release | February 7, 2010

In a great example of collaboration, the American Humane Association’s animal emergency responders will load 34 seized dogs from a suspected Mississippi puppy mill onto a plane today operated by Denver’s Pet Airways and flown to New York ASPCA’s (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) headquarters for adoption. This is a culmination of five days of working together with the Marshall County Humane Society after 95 dogs and one cat were removed from the property.

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February 4, 2010

American Humane Assisting with Animal-Handling and Sheltering Operations in Mississippi Puppy Mill Investigation

News Release | February 4, 2010

The American Humane Association, at the request of the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), and under the authority and request of Shirley C. Byers of the Marshall County (Miss.) Prosecutor’s Office, is assisting in animal-handling and sheltering operations in the investigation of a Marshall County puppy mill, where 96 dogs were seized toda

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February 4, 2010

Think “No Animals Were Harmed”® in the Making of ‘Avatar’? You’re Right. Think No Animals Were Used in the Making of ‘Avatar’? You’re Wrong.

News Release | February 4, 2010

The American Humane Association monitored the use of animals during the production of the blockbuster movie “Avatar” and awarded the film its highest rating, “Monitored: Outstanding” “No Animals Were Harmed”®. American Humane was, therefore, surprised to learn that People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has recognized the film and its director for using computer-generated images (CGI) instead of live animals

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February 4, 2010

American Humane Assisting with Animal-Handling and Sheltering Operations in Mississippi Puppy Mill Investigation

News Release | February 4, 2010

The American Humane Association, at the request of the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), and under the authority and request of Shirley C. Byers of the Marshall County (Miss.) Prosecutor’s Office, is assisting in animal-handling and sheltering operations in the investigation of a Marshall County puppy mill, where 96 dogs were seized toda

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February 2, 2010

American Humane Certified Responds to Inhumane Dairy Practices Shown on ABC’s ‘Nightline’

News Release | February 2, 2010

American Humane® Certified, a program of the American Humane Association that helps ensure the humane treatment of farm animals for food, responded today that the practice of tail docking dairy cows is not a humane practice and is disallowed in its standards. The response came following the airing of an ABC “Nightline” segment in which cows’ tails were shown being removed without anesthesia.

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January 28, 2010

‘No Animals Were Harmed’ in ‘Puppy Bowl VI’

News Release | January 28, 2010

For the sixth consecutive year, Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl” television program — started in 2005 as an alternative to the Super Bowl — has earned the American Humane Association’s “No Animals Were Harmed” ® end-credit disclaimer.

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January 27, 2010

American Humane Association Joins On-the-Ground Animal Response Team in Haiti

News Release | January 27, 2010

The American Humane Association’s program manager for Animal Emergency Services has deployed to Haiti to assist in an international effort to help animals affected by the earthquake. Tracy Reis, an expert responder who has participated in the rescue and sheltering of more than 12,000 animals, will arrive in Port-au-Prince Thursday as part of the Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti, which is jointly led by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW).

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January 22, 2010

American Humane Certified to Demo Humane Training Capability at International Poultry Expo in Atlanta

News Release | January 22, 2010

American Humane® Certified will demonstrate its new two-stage on-site and online humane handling training to attendees at the International Poultry Expo in Atlanta, to be held at the Georgia World Congress Center from Jan. 27-29, 2010.

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