If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, then vaccines are an ounce of prevention that can have a meaningful impact on reducing the need for antibiotics in animals. As we recognize World Antibiotics Awareness Week, AHI makes the case for ensuring the U.S. continues to have access to vaccines that make […]
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The Animal Health Institute (AHI) joins fellow animal health organizations and stakeholders around the world to recognize World Antibiotics Awareness Week, November 18 – 24. From our view on the frontlines of safeguarding animal health, we recognize that antibiotic resistance is a global public health priority, and we support efforts to coordinate actions aimed at […]
Antibiotic resistance is a public health priority. In fact, November 18 – 24 is World Antibiotic Awareness Week, a global effort to showcase coordinated actions to reduce the need for antibiotics and to ensure that when antibiotics are used, they are used responsibly. The best strategy for reducing the threat of antibiotic resistance without compromising […]
Alzheimer’s disease affects more than five million people in the U.S. In recognition of November as Alzheimer’s Awareness month, AHI is sharing compelling research results that indicate that pets and animal-assisted therapies can have a positive impact on people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. Learn more
World Food Day: The Role of Healthy Livestock in Fighting Hunger & Improving Nutrition World Food Day calls for action to make healthy diets affordable and accessible to everyone, and that starts with thinking about the importance of sustainable, reliable nutrition. About two billion people around the globe suffer from ‘hidden hunger’ or nutrient deficiency. […]
Whether you’re an outdoorsman or prefer a hike to catch the changing colors and cooler weather, the risk of ticks does not fade with the end of summer. Take steps to protect your animals and yourself from these disease-carrying pests. Learn more
A growing body of research examines the impact that pets and animal-assisted therapy can have on cancer patients, and the prognosis is positive: animals can alleviate psychological distress, facilitate communication between patients and health care providers, and even help detect some types of cancer. Learn more
In the U.S., maintaining our pets’ rabies vaccinations is a cornerstone of responsible pet ownership. Still, rabies is real threat globally: 59,000 people die each year from rabies, mostly children in Africa and Asia. If left untreated, rabies is 100% fatal for humans. Vaccinating dogs is the most cost-effective strategy for preventing rabies in people. […]
Last week, members of Congress, their staff, and all-round animal lovers gathered at Pet Night on Capitol Hill to celebrate the human-animal bond. The evening featured special pet guests, including King, the 2019 Westminster Best in Show Winner, and Henry, the avalanche search and rescue dog from the film Superpower Dogs. Additionally, members of Congress […]
We are proud to announce the winners of the annual Cutest Pets on Capitol Hill contest. In the spirit of paws-itive politics, this year’s contest saw 230 entries from Congressional offices across the Hill. Top accolades were announced at Pet Night on Capitol Hill by contest judges Representative Kurt Schrader (OR-5) and Representative Ted Yoho […]
About Animal Health Institute
The Animal Health Institute (AHI) represents the companies that develop and produce animal medicines. Our industry is a global leader whose products improve the health of nearly 10 billion companion and food-producing animals in the U.S., which results in significant economic and social benefits for Americans.