Monthly Archives: August 2016

Hope for Louisiana’s animals as national rescue group arrives

American Humane’s renowned animal rescue team is setting up operations in the Baton Rouge area to help animal victims of historic flooding there, supported by two of the organization’s 50-foot rescue vehicles, which are traveling a combined 2,000 miles to … Continue reading

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National Design Search Launched for American Military Hero Dog Monument

There are some 2,700 dogs currently in active military service and about 700 who have been deployed overseas, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. Like the many thousands who served in the military dating back to World War I, … Continue reading

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Island Dreams on a Summer’s Day

By Qin Sun Stubis (originally published in The Santa Monica Star) Strange but true: I spent nearly 30 years and traveled tens of thousands of miles on two continents before I ever set foot on an island. For many years … Continue reading

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New Guide to Help Veterans Obtain Service Dogs

American Humane, which has worked with the military for 100 years, today released a guide to help veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTS) or traumatic brain injury (TBI) obtain service animals. The publication, whose creation was supported by the Schultz … Continue reading

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