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  • Welcoming Spring with a New Service Dog

    Hayden Frye / March 23, 2021
    As the days grow longer and the weather warms up, American Humane is excited to celebrate the onset of spring with a graduation from our Pups4PatriotsTM program. The Pups4Patriots program…
  • National Panda Day

    Savannah Young / March 16, 2021
    Happy National Panda Day! Today we celebrate these sweet animals with their distinctive coloring and bring awareness to the panda’s plight. In 1984, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially…
  • Throw a Bone to K9 Veterans on March 13

    Hayden Frye / March 11, 2021
    Seventy-nine years ago, the United States Army began training dogs for its formally established War Dog Program, colloquially known as the K9 Corps. Throughout the decades, a lot has changed…
  • This Month, Celebrate the Dolphins!

    Savannah Young / March 9, 2021
    The month of March is when we celebrate and raise awareness for dolphins – our extremely intelligent friends with big, bubbly personalities. These beautiful marine animals are known for being…
  • One More Week to Nominate Your Hero Dog!

    Savannah Young / March 2, 2021
    By popular demand, we are accepting nominations for the 2021 Hero Dog Awards for ONE MORE WEEK! The American Humane Hero Dog Awards® is an annual, nationwide competition, now in…
  • 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…