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AMERICAN HUMANE ASSOCIATION Overview
American Humane Association positively touches 21,000 lives a minute through direct program services, research, outreach and education. Our mission is to ensure the welfare, wellness and well-being of children and animals, and to unleash the full potential of the bond between humans and animals to the mutual benefit of both. As a recognized leader in professional education, training and advocacy, research and evaluation, American Humane joins with other similarly missioned individuals and organizations to make this vision a reality.
This past year alone in our four major program areas, we have tirelessly pursued the humane mission by:
Ensuring the humane treatment of nearly 1 billion farm animals – an increase of more than 100% in one year
Serving the children of our military families with Operation Purple and victims of tragedies such as the Boston Marathon bombings through our pioneering animal-assisted therapy program
Rescuing and sheltering the animal victims of the devastating EF-5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, the Colorado floods, and with other humane organizations 250 dogs in the second-largest dogfighting raid in U.S. history
Conducting groundbreaking humane research to help children with cancer, and national research to save more of the 3-4 million animals euthanized each year by finding new ways to increase pet retention
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What a wonderful organization, putting the wellbeing and welfare of its constituents - animals and children - first and foremost. The individual stories are compelling, but the overall mission of education, compassion and expansion of "humaneness" are what really drives this organization. I am so ...
The American Humane Association does make a difference. During the 30+years that my wife, Linda Peddie, D.V.M., and I have worked on film locations where trained animal actors were being used, we have witnessed American Humane Association's representatives effectively intercede on behalf of the ...
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My friend, Dr. Oz calls me "America's Veterinarian." I've been part of The Dr. Oz Show for six years, was resident veterinarian on Good Morning America for 17-years, have had a nationally syndicated pet/vet column for 15-years, have written 24 books (sold almost 8 million copies with three NY Times ...
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