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  • American Hero Dog – Remington

    Savannah Young / September 8, 2020
    K9 Remington, the 2020 Search and Rescue Hero Dog, is more than just a retired search and rescue K9 – he is a cancer fighter and survivor, and an advocate…
  • American Hero Dog – Olive

    Savannah Young / September 3, 2020
    A special pup named Olive is the 2020 Therapy Hero Dog of the Year. Olive started her life hopeless and homeless, living by herself in the street of Los Angeles.…
  • American Hero Dog – MacKenzie

    Savannah Young / September 1, 2020
    This little pup may be small in stature, but she has a huge heart. On December 31, 2013, an amazing dog named MacKenzie (Kenz) was born with a cleft palate.…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #13

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / August 27, 2020
    Thank you so much, everyone, for joining us today for our 13th “Fireside Chat” for special supporters of American Humane. During these difficult times, it is more essential than ever…
  • American Hero Dog – Dolly Pawton

    Savannah Young / August 27, 2020
    The American Humane Hero Dog Awards® is an annual, nationwide competition that searches out and recognizes America’s Hero Dogs – often ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things. One of these…
  • American Hero Dog – Cody

    Hayden Frye / August 25, 2020
    Law enforcement officers across the country rely on K-9s to keep the communities they serve safe. These courageous pups aid officers in sniffing out narcotics and explosives, tracking criminals and…
  • American Hero Dog – Blue II P491

    Hayden Frye / August 20, 2020
    The bonds formed between service members and the K-9s they work alongside are lifelong. The relationship between Marine Byung “BK” Kang and Military Working Dog Blue II P491 is a…
  • American Hero Dog – Aura

    Hayden Frye / August 18, 2020
    The troops who protect our freedoms abroad often face significant hurdles when they return to civilian life. In the case of Army Command Sergeant (ret.) Gretchen Evans, the physical toll…
  • American Humane Brings Cats “Home”

    August 13, 2020
    Despite the remarkable work of animal rescues, humane organizations, spay-and-neuter groups and cat-loving individuals and foundations across the country, cat overpopulation is still an issue. Tragically, euthanization of homeless cats…
  • Dog Days of Summer Produce Three New Pups4Patriots Teams

    Savannah Young / August 12, 2020
    Despite the summer heat waves and a raging international pandemic, three more new veteran and service dog teams have graduated from American Humane’s life-changing, life-saving Pups4PatriotsTM program: Veteran Jessica with…