HSVMA-RAVS brings essential veterinary care to rural communities in need
The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Rural Area Veterinary Services program combines high quality direct-care veterinary field clinics with clinical training for future veterinary professionals and helping animals in need.
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Helping animals in the wake of Harvey
Our animal rescue team is still on the ground in Texas performing search and rescue and coordinating transports of animals who had been up for adoption before the storm hit to other parts of the country where they can find new homes!
Animals saved from Hurricane Harvey
Our Animal Rescue Team is still on the ground in Texas performing search & rescue! Text LOVE to 20222 to donate $10* to our Disaster Relief Fund. You'll be helping us answer the call during this and other disasters.
149 dogs and puppies saved from slaughter
In South Korea, as many as 2 million dogs a year are slaughtered and eaten. They suffer on a daily basis in deplorable conditions on dog meat factory farms. Humane Society International stepped in to shut down this farm forever and rescue the dogs.
55 dogs rescued from the darkness of hidden dog meat farm
A seventh dog meat farm has fallen silent after HSI rescued 55 dogs and closed the facility for good. Now safe in the U.S. – after years of suffering in darkness – they’re finally in loving hands and will soon begin the next chapter of their lives.
200 dogs rescued from dog meat farm
In South Korea, as many as 2 million dogs a year are slaughtered and eaten. They suffer on a daily basis in deplorable conditions on dog meat factory farms. This is the sixth farm that Humane Society International has closed down.
Helping Guyana's Street Dogs Have a Better Life
Humane Society International takes us to South America, where they work with Guyana's local animal welfare organization to improve the lives of street dogs.