I’m not sure that most people are aware of how animals in some shelters in some states are killed (euthanized is too kind a word) – they go into gas chambers and where carbon monoxide is used. Most of the time, animals with their expiration date are just brought in, cats with dogs, large dogs... Read more »
Wow! What a Gala event, the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, held October 6, 2012 at the classic Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles (same place the Golden Globes are). The emcee was Kristin Chenoweth, as seven hero dogs (in seven categories) were hailed by the celebrity audience for what they do everyday. One... Read more »
Listen HERE (may take a moment to load) to this special Petcast is devoted to the heroes among us with four legs, celebrated on the upcoming Hero Dog Awards. The event airs on the Hallmark Channel, following a gala Hollywood event, on November 8 (7 p.m. CDT). President and CEO of the American Humane Association,... Read more »
You might think of this gymnasium-sized room at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago as being a sad place. There’s a teenage gun shot victim learning to walk again, an older women working hard to come back from a stroke, a young boy recovering form brain surgery and a young man dealing with a spinal cord... Read more »
I usually don’t just run press releases – but I am quite pleased about this…Trupanion has walked the walk for service dogs, supporting the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards from day one and also – most important – realizing they may need a ‘break in their coverage. WASHINGTON, July 5, 2012 – Trupanion, a trusted... Read more »
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 20, 2012 — Each year billions of dollars in property damage and hundreds of lives are lost as a result of arson-related fires. Now, America is preparing to honor the two- and four-legged heroes who keep us, our families and our communities safe from this deadly threat. America’s first National Fire Dog... Read more »
Heroes have many looks, many sizes, and can be many species….still arguably if you add up all the points for heroes – canines likely a nose ahead of people place first. Dogs tend to be selfless. That is why the American Humane Association initiated the Hero Dog Awards in 2011. Maxx, a German Shepherd dog, ... Read more »
On 11 – 11 – 11 – easy to remember, on the Hallmark Channel, American Humane Association’s Hero Dog Awards, presented by Cesar Canine Cuisine.
Images from the Red Carpet event at the Hollywood Hilton Hotel from the October 1, 2011 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards. Then, behind-the-scenes photos from the ‘after party.’ I love the celebration of ordinary dogs achieving the extraordinary. The show, airing November 11 on the Hallmark Channel, will be filled with hero dogs, with... Read more »
Song dedicated to American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, Orlando Brown sang this at a pre-party….