Posts tagged "Dori Villalon"

American Humane Association Animal Assisted Therapy Volunteer Appreciation

Robin says, "We'll be back next year." After the event a volunteer came up to me and asked the most unusual quesiton, "Are you and Robin related?" First, I thought she was referring to my wife, Robin....But she meant Robin Ganzert. She said, "You both talk from your heart, and work so well together - I just thought you'd known one another for a long time." Well, here's what it is - Robin Ganzert and I do share the same vision. We're going to see, animal assisted therapy programs grow in America - because of people like Diana, and becasue of the outcome of human/animal interactions are so profound.
The American Humane Association celebrated it’s Denver-based animal assisted therapy program, most especially honoring the volunteers, December 3 at the Westin in Denver. This was an emotionally riveting evening….You’ll read and see why….

Consider Adopting A Dog, American Humane Association

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A Party to Help Animals All Night Long with Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie said, “I do it all night long for the animals” at Lulu’s Barkin’ Barbecue (to benefit the Lulu Mobile Clinic for Dogs and Cats). This IS one of the big social events of the year in Denver, benefiting the amazing Denver Dumb Friends League. On August 21, 2010 several of us from American... Read more »

Highlights from the Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Highlights of Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association,in Atlanta July 31-August 3, included several announcements: Dr. Larry Kornegay as the new AVMA President; Paws to Save Pets (Merials non profit foundation) and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation will Hill’s Pet Nutrition is donating pet food and $145,000 to veterinary clinics and shelters in the... Read more »