WASHINGTON, DC, February 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- American Humane Association (AHA) President and CEO Robin Ganzert will grace the airwaves as she hosts a new weekly show on Pet Life Radio. Her passion for animals and their wellbeing shines through as she tackles current issues that people need to know. A recent release
on PRLog details more about the show and what listeners can expect.
Each week will feature different guests coming on to discuss matters that affect pets and their owners. As host, Dr. Ganzert will interview a range of people from health and behavior experts to some of the biggest animal lovers in Hollywood and more. They will share their knowledge and insight as they fight to protect these amazing creatures.
In addition, the 30-minute show will also feature some of the AHA's own staff members. These associates have worked in many aspects of the organization and with the various initiatives that it supports. They will share their stories and the different situations they have encountered. These highly knowledgeable professionals have devoted their careers to protecting animals from abuse, neglect, and cruelty, and educating others on how they can do the same. There are billions of animals throughout the United States, and they deserve loving care and compassion.
Listeners can tune in through multiple resources. The show is available on the Pet Life Radio website, as well as iTunes, Blubrry, Mevio, and more. The live radio stream is carried by iHeartRadio, iTunes Radio, Aha Radio, Stitcher Radio, TuneIn Radio, and ooTunes Radio. With more than 55 weekly pet-related talk shows, the station draws in more than six million listeners every month.
Dr. Robin Ganzert will fit right in as she hosts "Be Humane" each week. Listeners will learn about the latest trends and developments, hear real life stories, and find out how they can do their part to support animals everywhere. Supermodel Joanna Krupa and The Bachelor's Prince Lorenzo Borghese are featured as guests on the show's first episode. Both are passionate about rescuing animals and sharing their stories with others. For those unable to tune in, the AHA will also distribute the show via email and social media.
"This show is a wonderful way to spread the word about important issues affecting animals everywhere," says Dr. Robin Ganzert. "With such a wide variety of guests, their knowledge and expertise will shed light on a wealth of topics. Listeners can stay informed about issues that matter and find out about how others are fighting to protect animals from neglect, abuse, and cruelty. There are so many passionate people doing wonderful things. Together we can make a difference."
Dr. Ganzert is always looking for new ways to help the AHA reach a broader audience and get the message out to more people. Through this weekly radio show, even more people will have access to pet-related information that they can use. The release notes that the overall theme of the show is "spreading compassion, caring, and hope for the country's billions of animals." Dr. Robin Ganzert encourages people to tune in each week to find out more.
Under the direction of Dr. Ganzert, the American Humane Association is committed to protecting animals and children everywhere from neglect and abuse. The organization has also made strides in further understanding the human-animal bond and its impact on society. Robin Ganzert has implemented numerous initiatives since becoming AHA president and CEO in 2010, including: Hero Dog Awards, Red Star Rescue, Wags4Patriots, No Animals Were Harmed, and Humane Heroes Club.