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  • The Importance of Choosing a Responsible, Humane Breeder

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / February 26, 2021
    American Humane’s highly trained animal first responders are on the ground in Tennessee, caring for more than 30 dogs that were seized by local authorities. These emaciated and malnourished pups…
  • Tennessee Deployment: Two Weeks of Love

    Savannah Young / February 25, 2021
    Two weeks ago, more than 30 abused and neglected dogs who were dramatically malnourished and riddled with parasites were seized by local law enforcement in Tennessee. The recent snow and…
  • Tennessee Deployment: Giving a Second Chance at Life

    Savannah Young / February 23, 2021
    In the southern state of Tennessee, more than 30 dogs were seized by local authorities before the impending snowstorm that ravaged the country, bringing freezing cold temperatures and inches of…
  • American Humane Welcomes Bogi Home!

    Savannah Young / February 19, 2021
    This week, we welcomed retired Military Working Dog Bogi back home to the United States! The five-year-old Belgian Malinois completed her journey across the Pacific Ocean, traveling from Iwakuni, Japan…
  • American Humane Gives the Gift of Life

    Savannah Young / February 9, 2021
    For 144 years, American Humane has been helping animals in need. We are first to serve, and that has remained true throughout the coronavirus pandemic. This includes helping the many…
  • Some Super Ads for the Super Bowl

    Chad Byrnes / February 5, 2021
    This year’s much anticipated Super Bowl ads are spilling over with both humor and genuine heart – two things we can certainly use right now. Oh, and don’t forget about…
  • Groundhog Day

    Savannah Young / February 2, 2021
    We have all heard of Groundhog Day, but do you know who the furry forecaster who rules the day really is? We would like to introduce you to Punxsutawney Phil,…