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  • American Hero Dog – Luca

    Savannah Young / August 3, 2020
    Stuck in the mud and desperate for help, an elderly man was saved by a very unlikely hero – a huge German Shepard named Luca. It was a hot summer…
  • American Hero Dog: Adak

    Savannah Young / July 22, 2020
    On January 14, 2008, the Kabul Serena Hotel in Afghanistan was hit by a terrorist attack, and many guests of the hotel were trapped inside. The U.S. Army was at…
  • Service Dogs Bring Hope Despite Pandemic

    Hayden Frye / July 21, 2020
    This month, American Humane is celebrating the graduation of two veteran and service dog pairs from the Pups4PatriotsTM program. Through the heat of a southern summer and the challenges of…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #12

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / July 17, 2020
    Thank you so much for joining our 12th Fireside Chat. When we started this a few months ago, we felt it was so important to bring America’s leading animal advocates…
  • American Hero Dog: Pierce

    Hayden Frye / June 29, 2020
    The human animal bond is a powerful force that enriches many lives each and every day. For Don Overton, a U.S. Army veteran, the bond he has with seeing eye…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #11

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / June 26, 2020
    Hi Friends, this is Robin Ganzert, president and CEO of American Humane. I am so pleased to welcome you to our eleventh “Fireside Chat.” As many of you recall,…
  • American Hero Dog: Atlas the Wonder Dog

    Savannah Young / June 22, 2020
    Kenneth E. Bass, deployed in Iraq with the United States Marine Corps, was out on patrol when a roadside bomb detonated right beside him resulting in a traumatic brain injury…