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  • 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

    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

    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.” http://americanhumane.org/app/uploads/2020/06/Fireside-Chat-11-FINAL.mp3 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…
  • Behind the Label with American Humane

    Hayden Frye / June 17, 2020
    Modern food packaging is busy, packed to the brim with seals, nutrition facts, labels and more. Through all that noise it can be hard to parse the marketing from the…