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  • The Animals of Fukushima: One Year Later

    3/11: The date invokes tremendous emotions for the people of Japan as memories of loss and multiple tragedies come to mind. One year after the devastating earthquake, tsunami, fire, and…
  • Canines and Childhood Cancer: Literature Review

    Zoetis and The Pfizer Foundation have awarded several grants to American Humane to launch an innovative research study — the Canines and Childhood Cancer (CCC) research project — to investigate the impacts of…
  • Veterinary Medicine: Physicians for the Universe

    Dr. Mo Salman, DVM, MPVM, Ph.D., Patricia N. Olson, DVM, PhD
    It has been said that veterinarians are universal biologists or universal physicians. No other profession better understands health and disease among so many species. They are also called upon to…
  • Audited Financials 2011

    We have audited the accompanying statement of financial position of American Humane (the “Association”) as of June 30, 2011, and the related statements of activities, functional expenses, and cash flows…
  • Lesson Plan: “Tag, You’re Home!”

    Every year, countless pets get lost, and sadly, few ever find their way back home. Dogs not wearing identi cation (ID) tags are most at risk. By creating an awareness of…
  • Lesson Plan: What a Dog Needs

    By learning about some of the things dogs need in order to be happy, healthy and comfortable, children may be better equipped to demonstrate the character qualities of responsibility and…
  • Lesson Plan: “Can I Have a Dog, Please?”

    Animal shelters provide a much-needed safe haven for sick, injured, unwanted, homeless and lost pets. Shelters work hard to educate their constituents, care for the animals in their community and attempt to…
  • Canines and Childhood Cancer

    In 2010, American Humane and Zoetis (formerly the animal health business of Pfizer) partnered to launch the Canines and Childhood Cancer study, a groundbreaking effort to measure the impacts of…