The American Association of Humane Education has launched a blog aimed at educating the public on the humane education programs it runs, including its canine and dog training and education programs.
The blog, called ABAHEVETER, is a collaboration with the Humane Education Alliance, a nonprofit organization that promotes humane education in the U.S. and around the world.
The website offers educational materials that are meant to promote and help educate the public about canine education, such as canine training videos and educational content about dog training.
The site is free and available to all registered members of the American Association for the Advancement of Humane Studies, a nonpartisan group that provides free educational resources for educational organizations.
The nonprofit’s mission statement says its mission is to provide resources and information to educate the general public about humane education.
It says that it has partnered with ABCNEWS.com, Animal Welfare League of America, and the Humane Society of the United States to provide educational content on canine and human welfare issues.
“Our goal is to build a culture of caring and respect for all sentient beings and to create a better world,” said ABAHA Vice President for Education and Communications, Dr. Nancy O’Neil.
“The AHA is committed to making the humane educational opportunities available to people who need them most.
We know how important this is to people.
The AHA has been helping people who want to learn how to educate their dogs and cats for years and is proud to now provide resources to help educate people on how to do so.”
The blog has over 50 posts, many of which are focused on dog training, including a series of videos that highlight the importance of teaching your dog to recognize your signs and intentions.
The videos are a mix of science-based and educational videos, and some of the videos are available to watch on ABAheve.org, the nonprofit’s site.
It is not clear how long the AHA will maintain the ABAHeve.com site.
The organization has been involved in the training of dogs for more than a decade, including in training dogs to be trained for the Boston Marathon.
It also works with dog walkers and other animal-care workers to educate people about animal welfare.
In addition to its website, the AASE blog also offers educational material, such, a video about dog-to-dog communication, dog behavior classes, and dog-training and education podcasts.
The company said it plans to expand its canine educational content.
“We are continuing to make great strides in creating educational content for people to use, as well as in making our canine education resources available to everyone who needs them,” O’Neal said.
“That said, we have a lot more work to do in helping educate people and educating the general population on the importance and benefits of caring for our pets.”