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  • Nylabone Feeds Hungry Dogs Across the Country

    Savannah Young / October 8, 2020
    For thousands of years, our companion animals have been our best friends in good times and bad. Now, as we face one of the worst pandemics in modern history, Nylabone…
  • Mission Metamorphosis Two Weeks Away

    Hayden Frye / October 6, 2020
    Ten years ago, Robin Ganzert, Ph.D., took the helm at American Humane. She did so at a precarious time – the historic non-profit was battling its own internal issues while…
  • This Adopt-A-Dog Month, Be a Hero

    Savannah Young / October 1, 2020
    For thousands of years, dogs have been our best friends, our protectors, and often our personal heroes. That is why each October, since 1981, American Humane has encouraged animal lovers…
  • CA Wildfires: On the Ground Caring for Animal Victims

    Hayden Frye, Amber Batteiger / September 29, 2020
    For the American Humane Rescue team on the ground in Northern California, the days begin before sunrise. During the forty-minute drive to the animal shelters in Oroville, the sun peaks…
  • National Service Dog Month

    September 24, 2020
    September is National Service Dog Month, a time devoted to raising awareness and showing appreciation for the extraordinary work service dogs do every day for the people in their care.…
  • Escape From Extinction

    Savannah Young / September 22, 2020
    The dodo. Steller’s sea cow. The great auk. The broad-faced potoroo, the Falkland Islands wolf and the laughing owl. These are just a few of the incredible species that no…
  • K-9 Hero Brought Home on 9/11

    Hayden Frye / September 18, 2020
    On the nineteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, American Humane helped a K-9 hero complete his journey of 6,700 miles around the globe. Military Working Dog Ramos was stationed in…