Los Angeles, CA, January 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Each week, the President and CEO of American Humane Association, will address the latest news and issues affecting our four-legged friends. Robin’s trademark warmth and Southern charm will shine as she interviews Hollywood’s biggest animal lovers, renowned pet health and behavior experts, and many more special guests. American Humane Association’s own highly knowledgeable staff members will also appear on the show, with tales of their work in the field helping to protect animals from cruelty, abuse, and neglect. Each show will center around a theme of spreading compassion, caring, and hope for the country’s billions of animals.
Each 30-minute weekly show will be distributed across Pet Life Radio’s diverse platform as well as by email to American Humane Association’s constituents and via its social media networks.
Guests on the first episode include supermodel Joanna Krupa and The Bachelor’s Prince Lorenzo Borghese who are each passionate about rescuing animals.
About Pet Life Radio:
Created by award-winning producer, Mark Winter, Pet Life Radio is the largest and #1 pet radio network on the planet, featuring over 55 weekly pet-related talk shows hosted by the most well-known pet experts, authors and radio and TV personalities in the world of animals and pets! With over six million monthly listeners Pet Life Radio has hosted celebrity guests like Jennifer Aniston, Betty White, and Ryan O’Neal. Pet Life Radio has millions of pet loving listeners worldwide. For more information visit www.PetLifeRadio.com.
Pet Life Radio is available on-demand from the PetLifeRadio.com website, iTunes, Mevio, Blubrry and over 30 podcast distributors. The Pet Life Radio Live Radio Stream is broadcast globally 24/7 on the PetLifeRadio.com home page as well as to smart phones, mobile devices and cars through iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio, iTunes Radio, Stitcher Radio, Nokia Radio, Aha Radio and ooTunes Radio.
American Humane Association has been at the forefront of every major advance in protecting children, pets and farm animals from abuse and neglect since 1877. Today we’re leading the way in understanding human-animal interaction and its role in society.
American Humane Association advocates caring, compassion and hope for our society's most vulnerable citizens.
Their programs enrich communities, protect children, prevent abuse of animals, and embrace the power of the human-animal bond.