American Humane Association

As a lifelong animal lover, it has been a privilege to get a first-hand look at the work and dedication of the people who are part of the organization.
Aubrie Kavanaugh of Paws4Change has always worked hard as an advocate for animals and as an educator about puppy mills. She
He passed away on March 20, 2016… but his legacy lives on.
The holiday season is almost upon us, and there's no gift that brings more joy into your home than an adopted or rescued pet. I can't even think of a day without my beautiful dog, Madison! The unconditional love and warmth that a pet adds to your world is as priceless as the animal's life you are saving.
This "Love Your Pet Day," donate to animal shelters and organizations to help care for these innocent animals. Volunteer at your local shelter to help the animals cope with being alone. No one wants to be alone, and your simple act of kindness goes a long way for animals that don't have anyone.
Although the meat industry would like us to believe that we can have our turkey breasts and bacon everything with a clear conscience, that's a bigger load of manure than even a factory farm generates. It's a gimmick. The only 100 percent "humane" meat is no meat at all.
In 2010, their work inspired the creation of Susie's Law, a North Carolina State Senate bill passed by Gov. Beverly Perdue
These magnificent animals truly define courage, loyalty and caring as man's enduring best friend -- all being recognized for exemplifying the limitless unconditional love canines have been gifting humans for centuries.
Who will lick celebrities' hands at the 2014 ceremony, to be held in late September in Beverly Hills? That's up to you -- and
Nothing is more heartbreaking to me than seeing pets and other animals that are injured, abandoned and lost, including those in the wake of severe weather.
Television personality and author Candy Spelling and American Humane Association CEO Robin Ganzert join us live to share
The Hollywood Reporter's scathing investigation of the American Humane Association this week supports what PETA US has been reporting for years: AHA monitoring is inadequate, and as a result, animals used in film and television are sometimes put in dangerous situations and injured or killed.
We've already told you that Breed Specific Legislation doesn't know what it's talking about. Here's another pit bull who
There's nothing unusual about dumb TV commercials but I am especially annoyed by a recent spot which brings us a combined message from Foster Farms and the American Humane Association.
Back in January, Barbara Casey, former Director of Production for the American Humane Association's film and TV division
This year I find myself especially thankful not just for the safety of my own family but also for the incredibly brave first responders who were there to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy. This Thanksgiving is truly a tribute to their courage.
While some may claim dogs don't understand dangerous situations, they are trained to know when there is danger and they are trained to run toward the danger to do their job. Surely, they are deserving of one night on the red carpet.
One dog who not only survived her dangerous work in Afghanistan but who also saved several Coalition Forces team members during a June 4, 2012, special operations mission in Afghanistan, is Layka, a 2½-year-old female, Belgian Malinois military working dog.
It's no surprise that the Hero Dog Awards received over 450 nominations representing every state in the country. The eight finalists from the various fields of canine service included law enforcement, search and rescue, guide dogs, the military and therapy dogs.