Animal Rescue and Care

Breaking: Undercover investigation finds rabbits dying without medical care at Petland store

Breaking: Undercover investigation finds rabbits dying without medical care at Petland store

Dead rabbits piled up in a freezer and hidden under a table in a back room were among the many shocking discoveries made at a Petland store in Fairfax, Virginia, during a five-month hidden camera investigation by the Humane Society of the United States. But . . . 

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Victory: Dow AgroSciences beagles will head to Michigan Humane Society for TLC and happy futures

Victory: Dow AgroSciences beagles will head to Michigan Humane Society for TLC and happy futures

Dow AgroSciences will release the beagles who were being used in a pesticide test to the Michigan Humane Society where they will be cared for and readied for adoption into loving homes. This is the exact outcome we have been working toward for many months . . . 

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Victory: Dow AgroSciences ends pesticide test on beagles following HSUS undercover investigation

Victory: Dow AgroSciences ends pesticide test on beagles following HSUS undercover investigation

Testing on 36 beagles at a Michigan animal testing lab has ended. Following the release of an undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States last week, Dow AgroSciences (Corteva AgriScience) today announced that it has ended a one-year pesticide test on the . . . 

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Finding a home for Buster: How the HSUS works with shelter and rescue partners to help animals after disasters

Finding a home for Buster: How the HSUS works with shelter and rescue partners to help animals after disasters

The Humane Society of the United States steps in swiftly when called upon to help animals in the aftermath of major disasters, natural and man-made. But even in a situation in which we’re working to help transport and rescue hundreds of animals, we never lose . . . 

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HSUS undercover investigation shows beagles being poisoned with pesticides and drugs, killed at animal testing lab

HSUS undercover investigation shows beagles being poisoned with pesticides and drugs, killed at animal testing lab

It’s the kind of video no dog lover would ever wish to see, but we are releasing it today because it’s important for you to know just what goes on at laboratories across the United States where dogs are poisoned – and killed – for . . . 

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HSUS Animal Rescue Team deploys in tornado-hit Alabama to help local shelters, transport dogs

HSUS Animal Rescue Team deploys in tornado-hit Alabama to help local shelters, transport dogs

As Alabama recovers from a blitz of devastating tornadoes, the Humane Society of the United States is on the ground in Lee and Barbour Counties. Staff responders are coordinating efforts to empty local shelters of unowned, adoptable animals so that these agencies and organizations can . . . 

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MASH-style clinics bring lifesaving services to pets on U.S. reservations

MASH-style clinics bring lifesaving services to pets on U.S. reservations

When Brown Puppy’s family brought him into the Rural Area Veterinary Services clinic in San Carlos, Arizona, he was suffering from a bad head wound. Another dog had bitten him, and Brown Puppy’s head was so swollen that he could not lift it. His eyes . . . 

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Tiger found in an abandoned Houston home underscores dire need for state and federal legislation

Tiger found in an abandoned Houston home underscores dire need for state and federal legislation

When it comes to the private ownership of captive tigers in the United States, you just can’t make this stuff up. Through the years, we’ve seen reports of tigers kept in apartments, tigers in garages, tigers in gas stations, tigers in tattoo parlors, tigers in . . . 

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At South Florida Wildlife Center, staff rehabilitate pelicans, other wildlife hurt and orphaned by human actions

At South Florida Wildlife Center, staff rehabilitate pelicans, other wildlife hurt and orphaned by human actions

I was at the South Florida Wildlife Center yesterday when workers there released six pelicans back into the wild. The birds, who can be found wintering in South Florida this time of year, had all been brought in last month with injuries that need never . . . 

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A new appointment and an unwavering commitment to all animals

A new appointment and an unwavering commitment to all animals

It was almost a year ago that I accepted the role of acting president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States. At that time, I promised you that we, along with our affiliates, would pursue our work with dedication, purpose and compassion . . . 

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HSUS assists more than 200 German Shepherds rescued from puppy mills in Georgia, Maryland

HSUS assists more than 200 German Shepherds rescued from puppy mills in Georgia, Maryland

For dogs bred in puppy mills, there are no good days. They are crammed into small spaces, often denied basic needs like food and water and veterinary care, and they rarely, if ever, get the human companionship and enrichment that makes their lives better and . . . 

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A blog renamed, a mission renewed

A blog renamed, a mission renewed

These are exciting times for the animal protection movement, and especially for those of us who work at the Humane Society of the United States and its affiliates, including Humane Society International and the Humane Society Legislative Fund. The year 2019 has come in with . . . 

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