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  • Celebrate Veterans with Paws on Veterans Day

    Hayden Frye / November 9, 2020
    This Veterans Day American Humane is co-hosting a special event to honor the service and legacy of K-9 veterans and their handlers. Together with the USS Constitution Museum, American Humane…
  • This November, Adopt a Senior Pet!

    Savannah Young / November 5, 2020
    Most people walk into a shelter hoping to find the cutest little puppy or kitten to bring home, completely overlooking the older animals who have so much love to give.…
  • Visit a Certified Zoo this Halloween!

    Savannah Young / October 29, 2020
    Staff at Brookfield Zoo, a Humane Certified™ facility, are always thinking of enrichment activities to physically and mentally stimulate the animals in their care. This week, that meant celebrating Halloween,…
  • Service Dogs Change Lives Amidst Pandemic

    Hayden Frye / October 27, 2020
    For more than 100 years, American Humane has worked alongside the U.S. Armed Forces, supporting animals, troops and the bond that the two share. As the novel coronavirus has upended…
  • Meet the Heroes to America’s Animals!

    Savannah Young / October 22, 2020
    Heroic canines were not the only honorees at the American Humane Hero Dog Awards® 10th Anniversary Celebration earlier this week. Behind almost every hero pet (and millions more animals) is…
  • New Book, Mission Metamorphosis, Available Now

    Hayden Frye / October 20, 2020
    Mission Metamorphosis, the new book from Dr. Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane, is now available at bookstores across the country. The book tells the dramatic and inspiring…
  • Who will be Crowned the 2020 American Hero Dog?

    Savannah Young / October 15, 2020
    Seven courageous canines have made it to the finals of the 2020 Hero Dog Awards competition, and now, it’s the moment we have all been waiting for when one special…
  • 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…