There's an inherent connection that we share with animals. This human-animal bond is a part of what drives us to help animals and to include them in our lives.
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From the Magazine
In hard economic times, pet food pantries supply a lifeline to struggling pet owners and their furry companions.
In 2005, inmates at San Quentin State Prison began working with dogs from a local shelter, helping to socialize and prepare the canines for new homes. It's not a unique program: Dozens of prisons around the country have teamed up with area shelters and rescue groups.
The Sacramento SPCA recently unveiled a series of ads using iconic animal cartoon characters'or, more precisely, their absence'to show that when pets aren't around, there's a void in our lives.
Did a dog from your shelter act heroically to save a person in need? Have you heard about a dog who gallantly rose to action in the face of danger? Help us recognize these courageous canines by nominating a heroic dog for a Dog of Valor Award.
Dogs at Work: A Practical Guide to Creating Dog-Friendly Workplaces, a new book published by The HSUS, explains why dogs at work can be good for employees' souls as well as the organization's bottom line.
Policies & Programs
The HSUS Pets for Life program has one very ambitious goal: to keep pets and their people together. Pets for Life recognizes that one of the greatest threats to pets is a lack of understanding on the part of caregivers along with a lack of awareness of available resources.
The National Museum of Animals & Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of animals and people through exploration of our shared experience.