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  • American Hero Dog: Gus

    Savannah Young / April 13, 2020
    Gus was found walking aimlessly down a busy street in Houston with his head so severely swollen, you couldn’t tell he was a dog. This was due to a shoelace…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #3

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / April 9, 2020
    Welcome to our third Fireside Chat for special friends of American Humane! https://www.americanhumane.org/app/uploads/2020/04/Fireside-Chat-3.mp3   President Roosevelt held a series of radio addresses during the 1930s and 1940s to bring the…
  • Easter Safety Tips for Your Pet

    April 9, 2020
    Although our normal daily routines have been upended due to the coronavirus pandemic, the earth is still turning and as always, the days are getting longer, flowers are blooming and…
  • American Hero Dog: Piglet

    April 6, 2020
    Piglet isn’t just Winnie the Pooh’s best friend, she is also an 8-year-old Catahoula Leopard Dog. Last year, Piglet was honored as our Search and Rescue Hero Dog. Piglet lives…
  • Every Day is Tag Day!

    April 4, 2020
    Sadly, statistics indicate that missing pets rarely find their way home. Approximately 10 million pets are lost or stolen in the United States each year, and more than 6 million…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #2

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / April 2, 2020
    Welcome to our second Fireside Chat!  Like the original Fireside Chats, held by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression, we wanted to find a friendly way to bring…
  • American Hero Dog: Lady

    Savannah Young / March 30, 2020
    Dawn, who has no peripheral vision or depth perception, used to be shy and lacking in the self-confidence needed to go in public by herself. All of that changed when…
  • Presidential Fireside Chat #1

    Author Image Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. / March 27, 2020
    Welcome to the first of our Fireside Chats!  Like the original Fireside Chats, held by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt during the Great Depression, we wanted to find a friendly way…
  • Lola, an Example of How Fostering Can Save a Life

    Jana Brennan / March 24, 2020
    Many animal shelters face an overwhelming amount of strays and abandoned animals, but this is especially apparent in low-income communities. Poverty and structural inequality, coupled with limited affordable veterinary and…